September 23, 2023 at 9:03 am #143572Raúl Ilargi MeijerKeymaster
Leonardo da Vinci Head of a Woman 1470s • Roadblocks: Zelensky Fails to Achieve Goals on US Visit (Sp.) • Zelensky’s US Trip Revealed Deepening
[See the full post at: Debt Rattle September 23 2023]September 23, 2023 at 10:04 am #143573anticlimacticParticipant
KARMA : Gadaffi kept his promise of not letting Libya be used as a route for migrants heading for Europe.September 23, 2023 at 12:40 pm #143574Armenio PereiraParticipant
A good life: to live bitterness-free.
Have a nice weekend.September 23, 2023 at 1:43 pm #143575Dr. DParticipant
“”Educational Homicide”: 13 Baltimore City High Schools Have Zero Students Proficient On State Math Exam
13 = Schools
0 = Competency
Only those numbers are deceptive. Let’s say it’s 1,000 per school (probably slightly less)
13,000 = Students
0 = Competency. That is, learned anything and are functional for life. As we see here in anecdotes about no one being able to count change, which is simple addition and subtraction. If you fail 13,000 times a year, can you get paid? Yes, Baltimore had infinity funding.
That’s just let in in 3 years under BIDEN. There are as many or more since I dunno, Obama, and that many again since Reagan cut a one-time amnesty an agreement for no more.
So, as we’re running a new U.S. city per month, it’s like 5-10 states over that time?
Brand is no fool: he set up Rumble years ago as his major platform, and YouTube merely as a public-face funnel to it. That means he knew this was always a contingency, as one must. But he’s not arrested, Assanged, and disappeared, as such NorseFire Governments behave. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_for_Vendetta
“Evey tells V her life story, which reveals her own past and England’s recent history. During a dispute over Poland in the late 1980s, the Soviet Union and the United States, … entered a global nuclear war “ which leads to Pan-UK fascism.
““It would be out and voted on by itself,” McCarthy said when asked about the Ukraine aid”
I would ask, “Isn’t that the minimum? Isn’t that what you’re supposed to do?” That is, vote on things one by one so you can see if people really want them or not?
Oh, you can’t? Because there are too many? Then you’re doing too much. And need to cut back. There’s no Constitutional jurisdiction to do almost any of it anyway. Speaking of, who is panicked about a shutdown? The people could care less and approve. It’s the lobbyists. If D.C. is shut down, all the pigs are no longer slopped at the trough. Tough week for yacht sales then in nearby Richmond.
Anyway, did MTG and Co. do anything to STOP the bill? No. They merely asked for a second, and recorded, vote. Does that seem like “burning it all down?” Too much to ask? If you want your Ukraine war, stand up and vote yes. Easy. It’ll pass if it has the support. Easy.
““..pulling the plug on Ukraine while they’re winning on the battlefield”
As a Republican arranges for the Republicans to take the blame. “We wouldn’t won too, if it weren’t for those nosy kids!”
Don’t worry: neither Lindsay nor McConnell were elected either; it’ll have no effect on their polls.
“If the government shuts down US citizens won’t get paid but Ukrainians will.
• Pentagon Exempts Ukraine Operations From Potential Government Shutdown (Pol.)
That is so awesome. PLEASE let that happen so they can explain it.
“China opposes the illegal military presence on Syrian soil and calls for the lifting of sanctions”
One of these countries has illegal occupations worldwide and one of them doesn’t.
“attacked a historic building of the Black Sea headquarters in Sevastopol this September 22,”
On the 22’s. They love their numerology.
“And it could be a dissolving force for the European Union,” he said,”
If the nations dissolve, that would only leave the Corporations. Perfect. That was the plan anyway.
““If we want to survive from a labor point of view, we need migrants,” the official continued.”
Um…you mean if you want ETERNALLY LOW WAGES they need to do this? Because if France had half as many people, but half as many workers, it would be the same. A wash. If you add 10,000 people, you then add 10,000 more needs. And the workers can help fill those needs – eventually – but there’s no net gain.
The gain is all to corporations lowering wages and savaging the population.
“The Italian government, meanwhile, has closed its ports to ships transporting migrants”
They must do what we did: transport them all to Brussels Headquarters.
“From racial justice to Covid to Ukraine, these subjects involve core political speech.”
Yes, all three are supporting a Socialist Party, Socialist doctrine, Socialist viewpoint. A one-party system, as represented that “racial justice” is “Critical Race Theory,” a direct descendant and duplicate of “Critical Theory”, core Marxism. “When I want your opinion I’ll beat it out of you.”
“The strength of Oktoberfest waitresses is truly remarkable!”
Well they are German. And also carrying 20 pounds in that bra.
Cassowaries, thus dinosaurs, same crest.
Appreciate the Jet and Romney videos as fun and not political.September 23, 2023 at 1:46 pm #143576Dr. DParticipant
* Or some German waitresses anyway.September 23, 2023 at 2:19 pm #143577zerosumParticipant
Attack against free speech
regulate speech, censoring opposing views, misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation (MDM), social media censorship, “censorship by surrogate.” .
(related to “the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic and the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines, racial justice, U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the nature of U.S. support to Ukraine” as well as “irregular/illegal immigration.”)
More important priorities than the misappropriation of the aid, sent to Kiev Ukraine, so that our Neo-Nazi mercenaries can continue to kill and destroy.
We, (white supremacists/nazis/elitists/the chosen/Critical Race), need migrants/cheap labor/slaves to do the work while we supervise/collect our pension income.
———–September 23, 2023 at 2:27 pm #143578
Borrell Warns Migration Might ‘Dissolve’ EU
Hey, Jungle Josep, I’m talking to you
Eurotardistan should dissolve, and it will shortly.
Ø The utter failure of Project Ukraine, millions of super angry Ukro immigrants, what could go wrong?
Ø No more cheap energy, like ever, for Eurotardistan
Ø Energy being the master resource, no cheap food, like ever, either. Nice
Ø Widespread breakdown of civil order, pogroms against the massive immigrant populations as the native populations go hungry and cold in the dark. Well played sir, well played
Ø Smart City Concentration Camps, all green, all the time
Ø Digital currency, with nothing to buy, will be used as ID for the Disinformation Thought Police mercilessly searching for Wrong Think with it’s accompanying punishments.
There, Eurotardistan’s future in a few bullet points.
Humanity’s Darwin AwardSeptember 23, 2023 at 3:04 pm #143579Michael ReidParticipant
Robin Monotti: From Gladio to the Pandemic & Climate, a Strategy of Tension
Robin Monotti discusses how people are slowly wrapping their heads around
the growing authoritarianism of the past few years and
are coming to understand deep politics at different times with
different subjects (e.g. 9/11, climate, pandemic, empire).
For Robin it began with the assassination of Aldo Moro
(e.g. Operation Gladio and the strategy of tension).
He explains one reason people suffer cognitive dissonance when
it comes to accepting the reality of state terrorism.
Nothing will be resolved at the top-down political level,
so the responsibility is now on all of us to resist and
do what we can to defend our rights.
We also touch on “team no virus”,
the digital control grid,
health and the spiritual dimension,
the permanent (bio)security state,
the green agenda, and
his latest film production, River of Freedom, which shares
the inside story of the New Zealand Convoy and Parliament protest.
”September 23, 2023 at 6:38 pm #143581
More Woke VerminSeptember 23, 2023 at 6:59 pm #143582
The Empire of Lies has stolen the productivity gains of the working population since 1970
Debased and devalued the currency to the value of toilet paper
Probably stolen and/or Rehypothecated all the gold in Ft Knox. Hasn’t been honestly audited in decade. Do you really think ‘they’ would be honest? The Empire of Lies honest? Really?
The Empire of Lies has no industrial base to speak of, everything is Financialize, which is another way of lying about GDP.
A degree in Transgender Marriage Counselling counts as GDP in the Empire of Lies
The good old daysSeptember 23, 2023 at 7:01 pm #143583September 23, 2023 at 7:03 pm #143584
They steal differently this daysSeptember 23, 2023 at 7:07 pm #143585
Turdeau, well he sure acts like a Communist DictatorSeptember 23, 2023 at 7:23 pm #143586
MaxxPro MRAP Armoured Fighting Vehicle
Costs about $550,000 a pop
Destroyed by a Russian weapon for a mere $1000
Happens dozens of times a day
And another vehicle worth hundreds of thousands snuffed by a weapon costing a grand.
This one took a ‘Double Tap’ for good luckSeptember 23, 2023 at 7:24 pm #143587September 23, 2023 at 7:28 pm #143588
@Oroboros and Aspnaz: I meant to be whimsical, maybe facetious in re-oredering Ursula von der Lying’s words to read “Russia again-threatening to use nuclear arms” , rather than her sponen words about “Russia threatening to use nuclear arms again”. Since I callerd her “Ursula von der lyin”, I thought my intent would be apparent.
My view of her is concordant with your views.
Still, it was a humorous slip-up, wasn’t it?September 23, 2023 at 7:35 pm #143589
I have recently seen it said that Justin Trudeau can’t be Castro’s kid because he has blue eyes and Castro did not, nor did his mother, Margaret.
Justin wore glasses before he went into politics. Does he wear contact lenses now?
Do contact lenses come in BLUE?
Does this childhood picture of Justin show blue eyes or not?
September 23, 2023 at 7:35 pm #143590
Well, just notice a blueprint of how to get the United States back to the economic growth of 7, 8, … or even 9 and 10 percent – per year, for years – once again! Answer is in following vid. Scroll it down to just about 48:20 minute mark and listen to the guy in the blue shirt!
Another words, … destroy the world through war over there ( not on the North American continent ) and after dust settles, rebuild it anew! Of course, this time around workable hypersonic missiles are stationed over there, … and so, just perhaps, this this is a bad, bad idea? Bah, …
F.S.September 23, 2023 at 7:36 pm #143591
Link to kid pics of Justin “Castro”.
https://www.narcity.com/11-young-justin-trudeau-photos-that-show-his-unique-childhoodSeptember 23, 2023 at 7:43 pm #143592
Whether you like Fidel Castro or not, and many do not, including many Cubans, he was an extremely talented and accomplished man in history who died of old age after surviving over 500 assassination attempts by the US government.
I kind of enjoyed the pictures of younger-Fidel posted above. Thanks Oroboros.September 23, 2023 at 8:01 pm #143593
@Figmund Sreud: No further word on the Russian wide-body jet that flew to NYC, then to Dulles Airport in DC. Zelenski visited DC Thursday. Was it still there?
I can’t tell if it left yet, blackout.September 23, 2023 at 8:10 pm #143594
Re Justin being Castro’s kid, … perhaps pics of Justin’s brothers, Michel and Alexandre will shade some light:
There is also Justin’s half-sister:
F.S.September 23, 2023 at 8:32 pm #143595
@ Dr. John Day: Re Russian RA-56021: https://www.flightaware.com/ showed nothing last time I checked, … and that was earlier today. It’s an unscheduled flight, so one has to click on all those planes shown on the tracker. I clicked on all planes on the tarmac at Dulles International and there was no RA-56021 showing. I did not click on any Moscow airports.
F.S.September 23, 2023 at 8:44 pm #143596Michael ReidParticipant
The first trading day of October, Q4, has all the earmarks of a disaster for Europe.
”September 23, 2023 at 9:55 pm #143597Veracious PoetParticipant
Just finished watching 100 Foot Wave last night, returning me for a moment to the surfing roots of my childhood in 60s-70s SoCal, reminding me of the crazy summer of 1984 (Mexican hurricane churned up 10-15 foot surf), where after a particularly harrowing pounding I gave up surfing altogether…
The commitment of the friends & family to surf Nazare was sobering, inspirational & intense to say the least.
Then this morning, after meditation & prayer, I pondered the farcically deranged real reality oozing from UniParty GlobalCap Imperial machinations, where any concern of reductio ad absurdum is overwhelmed by delusions of grandeur on a mass psychosis level 😐
More important than all of that, if you can, stay free really encapsulates the treacherous times unfurling, with no end in sight…
Everywhere is freaks and hairies. Dykes and fairies, tell me, where is sanity?
Tax the rich, feed the poor ‘Til there are no rich no more
Will The People ever wake from their self-centered trance?!?September 23, 2023 at 10:24 pm #143598
Sorry John to snap at your wry comment. Watching vile slime like Always Lyin literally getting away with murder, morning, noon and night, makes Jack a Mean Boy.
I know a lot of Germans and they are good hard working people but their political gullibility is a sad fact.
Pirate Scholz has run Germany into a reef and ripped the hulk open, no save the ship of state now
As to Castro, always thought he was an interesting historic figure. And he did have a legendary reputation with the ladies. He must have had a great deal of charisma to last all those years.
A wiley fox that FidelSeptember 23, 2023 at 10:39 pm #143599
@Figmund Sreud: Justin’s brothers look like half brothers at best, with very different noses, foreheads and jaws. No pics of sister or “half sister”, who may be no genetic relation, as not Margaret’s daughter.September 23, 2023 at 10:40 pm #143600September 23, 2023 at 10:44 pm #143601
Also @F.S. The mysterious Russian government jet disappeared out of Dulles Airport in DC, sometime after Wednesday.September 23, 2023 at 10:46 pm #143602CelticbikerParticipant
Uniparty, Globocap, Empire of Lies, Khazarians….Neocons, for the love of Christ it’s the fuckinjews. Workin people understand this by instinct, egghead intellectuals dont.September 23, 2023 at 11:10 pm #143603
Simplifying The Polycrisis https://drjohnsblog.substack.com/p/simplifying-the-polycrisis
The context within which I am interpreting much of the news these days is the context of declining net global oil to power economies. Oil provides critical liquid fuels diesel and gasoline for transportation, and also jet fuel (kerosine), and bunker-fuel for ships. Oil has a high energy density, and being a liquid it is easy to store in tanks and transfer to engines via metal tubing. Of the four kinds of coal, which powered the first era of the industrial revolution, anthracite is the highest in carbon density, the cleanest and hottest-burning, and was always the most in demand as a locomotive fuel and for metal smelting. Less than 1% of American coal mined is anthracite and it all comes from northeastern Pennsylvania. https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/coal/#:~:text=Coal%20is%20classified%20into%20four,bituminous%2C%20subbituminous%2C%20and%20lignite.
The US was the first country to advance from coal power to oil power, and to use cars and trucks over wagons drawn by livestock, which happened between WW-1 and WW-2, as British anthracite coal production was falling off, and Italy was compelled to source coal from Germany instead, causing alliances to shift. The US was the only country in the European theater of WW-2 which did not need to source feed for horses. The US was the largest producer and exporter of oil in that period.
Recently, global conventional-oil production peaked in 2005-2006, contributing to very high oil prices in 2006-2008, when the Global Financial Crisis occurred, at least partly a result of higher fuel prices increasing all costs and reducing most incomes in the general economy. Oil was redefined to “oil”, since Peak-Oil analysis was threatening to global finance. “Oil” was now “conventional oil” plus liquids and condensates from fracking and natural-gas-liquids. These are liquids, but are too light to make diesel, and have lower energy content per barrel. “Oil” production appears to have peaked in the second half of 2018, and net “oil”, subtracting the oil-spent-to-obtain-oil likely peaked about that same time.
By September of 2019 there was a crisis of faith in overnight lending between the largest banks and financial institutions in the world, resulting in the cost at the “Repo-window” rising to reflect the risk these institutions judged to exist between each other. This led to an excessive cost of overnight lending, called the “Repo-Crisis”. Analysis by BlackRock, reported to the US Treasury, was that capital was insufficient in the financial sector and “going direct” with massive cash infusions would be needed to stabilize the sector. This was done in March 2020, as the industrialized world was “locked-down” for COVID, which muted the inflationary impulse until after the summer of 2021, as everything “opened up” again.
Current economic paradigms, developed in the past three centruies of industrialized economic expansion, are predicated upon growth of capital investments, predicated upon economic growth. Loans and investments must be repaid with interest, which is often problematic even with widespread economic growth, but leads to crises when economies contract. During crises, such as war, large debts can be erased, or their payment enforced through seizure of land and property. The presumption is that economic growth will resume after the war, but debt enforcement was so severe after WW-1 that it was the proximal cause for WW-2. Germany militarized and repudiated the debt.
Since WW-2 the $US, backed first by gold, then by oil and military intimidation, has been the global reserve and trade currency. Since the stagflation crisis of the late 1970s was turned into a deep recession by Fed Chair Paul Vockler, inflation has been controlled by suppressing wages, and the value of the $US has been sustained by high enough interest rates to assure a positive return on investment for international investors, particularly those buying US Treasury debt. A gradual decrease of interest rates over that period allowed US Treasury debt to be rolled over and over, recently surpassing the unfathomable number of 33 trillion dollars. Interest rates have risen dramatically to support the value of the dollar to investors seeking real returns, but the high and accellerating level of debt can only be defaulted upon, ultimately.
When and how will that default be managed? FDR defaulted on Debts to Americans, and confiscated their gold, devaluing their paper money by 70%. This was a lso a broad default within American industry and investment, as gold bonds were all defaulted upon. Later, Richard Nixon was forced to default upon the international gold settlement standard of the $US, but the petrodollar arrangement had already been described by economist Michael Hudson, and was formalized by Nixon, Kissinger and King Faisal of Saudi Arabia. The Saudis would only accept $US for oil, and would secretly recycle their $US into US Treasury debt, which would pay the military bills of the US government, allowing enforcement of the $US as the only currency with which to purchase oil. It was clear that this support for the market value of the $US could be sustained while Saudi oil lasted and the US military was able to prevent other countries from trading oil in other currencies.
This scheme to sustain US government spending, even as industrial production declined, has been workable while interest rates fell, controlling the interest payments on debt, and letting them be rolled over. Iraq, Libya and Iran could be militarily punished to a degree that deterred other countries from accepting anything but $US for oil. Keeping the market value of the $US elevated put American industrial exports at a disadvantage globally. Investing in American factories, except for weapons systems and advanced aviation and electronics was a money-losing proposition, so factories were offshored.
Financial Capitalism found another way to support the value of the $US through the stock market, by assuring real gains for investors who invested in $US. The values of a few companies could be manipulated in bubbles, and they could be rolled ove into fresh bubbles, in a sanctioned Ponzi scheme. Companies could be structured to “maximize shareholder (short-term) value” by buying back their own stock to pump the stock valuations. This hollowed-out the companies, while supporting the value of the $US to global financial investors. This is another game to be in “as long as the Fed’s got your back”, and nothing breaks. The Ponzi scheme does have to collapse, as we can see, but when?
For the owners of global wealth, the more focused question is how they will maintain their “ownership” status at the top of the social order, where they live, and internationally.
This overrides all other considerations from their perspective, and they have studied the characteristics of humanity, as have their managers, since before history was written. They will need to enforce losses on all of the smaller players, but they will need to maintain order in the hierarchys that they command, so their managers and enforcers must be continually rewarded to hold their allegiance. Whatever “money” is defined as will need to be owned in their hands, be it gold, or Bitcoin, or some hybrid. When people die, they lose their claims on wealth, or are unable to contest them, so lots of death amongst people with claims on wealth, especially retirees, makes the maintenance of the ownership position easier. The pie gets cut into fewer pieces. Also from their perspective, all humans who do not earn wealth for them are just excess claims upon “their” wealth and assets.
Famine and pestilence can cull the human herds with less destruction of wealth than overt war. War can be focused on the populations living above easily retrieved oil deposits, so they don’t use them up in their economies, as in Iraq, Syria and Libya. Iran and Venezuela’s economies have been frozen through economic blockades , which leaves infrastructure and oil wells intact, but does kill poor people.
People need to remain unaware that this is the process taking place, or they will resist it. People need to believe that a series of unavoidable crises are just happening and it’s bad luck, but things will return to normal if they just hang in there, go-green and get vaccinated against the next pandemic when it is identified. There may need to be some emergency interventions to combat homegrow, far-right, white supremacist terrorists and their supporters. Ultimately the good people will overcome those “MAGA” type threats to democracy and minority rights, and go on to transition into a completely renewable and carbon free economy.
They will need each other’s support and likes on social media through these challenging times.
Simplicius , about Thursday 9/21/23 visit to Washinton DC of Volodymyr Zelensky: Zelensky’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad D.C. Snubfest
This news cropped up Wednesday, September 20, 2023, the day before Zelensky flew to DC. This Russian govt. plane landed in NYC first, before proceeding on to Washington Thanks F.S. I can’t find any subsequent reports. (So did a little 3-way negotiating happen?)
An Ilyushin-Il-96-300 is sitting in Washington Dulles after making the long trip from Russia to the United States.September 23, 2023 at 11:11 pm #143604
Wednesday 9/20/23, this was the official word:
“Ukraine will not get ATACMS, the 190-mile-range tactical ballistic missiles, urgently requested by Zelensky to destroy Russian forces in Crimea and other Russian-held territory ‘anytime soon,’ officials say. News comes one day before Zelensky visits Biden at the White House.”
Friday 9/22/23 this was the new story:
But on Friday it was revealed that as Zelensky visited the Oval Office the day prior, President Biden told him he’s willing provide long-range ATACMS surface-to-surface missiles for the first time. But perhaps displaying the administration’s reluctance on the issue, this is being reported as a “limited” or “small number” – according to officials.
“Officials said that a small number of ATACMS will be sent in coming weeks and more could be provided later.”
Senator Rand Paul: Ukraine “isn’t a democracy. It’s a corrupt regime.”
“We are about $1.5 trillion dollars in debt for this year. Over the last three months we’ve accumulated almost a trillion dollars in three months. The total is $33 trillion, so we don’t have like an extra rainy day fund or a surplus we can send them,” Paul further urged.
The Senator added, “We have to borrow the money from China to send to Ukraine, so no matter what your sympathies are in the war, and I am sympathetic to Ukraine fighting off the Russian aggressors, but at the same time I think it’s irresponsible to think about their country before I think about my country.”
They want to separate out funding for the war in Ukraine so they can vote against it; things like that. These guys are clearly “trying to burn the whole place down”.
McCarthy Throws Fit, Accuses GOP Hardliners Of Wanting To “Burn The Whole Place Down” As Shutdown Looms
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/mccarthy-throws-fit-accuses-gop-hardliners-wanting-burn-whole-place-down-shutdown-loomsSeptember 23, 2023 at 11:12 pm #143605
Biden Finally Gives Netanyahu Long-Delayed White House Invitation
At a moment the US is pushing hard for normalization between Saudi Arabia and Israel, President Joe Biden has finally and much belatedly issued a formal invitation for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit the White House before the end of the year.
US wants Saudi defense pact modeled after South Korea, Japan deals As US and Saudi officials discuss a security pact as part of a larger push to normalization with Israel
Sen. Murphy Slams Biden Plan To Commit ‘American Blood’ To Saudi Arabia
This week it was widely reported that as part of US efforts to achieve Saudi-Israel normalization, the White House could strike a new defense pact with Riyadh, which would require American military intervention if Saudi Arabia were to ever come under direct attack.
In Beijing , Xi, Assad announce launch of China-Syria strategic partnership
The Chinese president held a high-level meeting with his Syrian counterpart in which the two stressed they would ‘firmly support’ each other and ‘promote friendly cooperation’
“The Emporer is naked” 🙂 China Says Fossil Fuel Phase-Out Is Unrealistic
Phasing out fossil fuels is unrealistic as oil, natural gas, and coal will continue to play a crucial role in global energy supply and energy security, China’s special climate envoy Xie Zhenhua said this week in a speech obtained by Reuters.
“It is unrealistic to completely phase out fossil fuel energy,” Xie, who will represent China at COP28 in Dubai in November, told ambassadors in Beijing ahead of the climate summit.
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/China-Says-Fossil-Fuel-Phase-Out-Is-Unrealistic.htmlSeptember 23, 2023 at 11:14 pm #143606
Gov. Greg Abbott officially declares ‘invasion’ at Texas-Mexico border
On Wednesday night, Abbott posted a video on his social media claiming that the Biden administration cut the razor wire in Eagle Pass that was in place to deter illegal immigration. Along with his deployment of more guards to protect the border, he also said that they’d be installing more razor wires…
..The legal battle between the Biden administration and Abbott continues over whether the buoys are illegal and harmful to people. Abbott holds on to the belief that Biden has not helped to secure the border, leaving Texas to fend for itself.
National Guard Rolls Into Eagle Pass, Texas As Biden’s Border Crisis Spirals Out-Of-Control
Townhall reporter Julio Rosas says the (Texas) National Guard has sealed parts of the Eagle Pass, Texas, border with Mexico to prevent a further invasion of thousands of illegals crossing into the US.
..Rosas said, “At a different spot along the Rio Grande, illegal immigrants are finding a way through the C-wire despite the National Guard being there.”…
..On Thursday, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre failed to answer Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy’s question:
“So, what do you call it here at the White House when 10,000 people illegally cross the border in a single day?” …
..The Border Patrol Union then blasted the ‘radical’ Biden administration:
“From Sept 1st through 20th the Biden Admin ordered the release of more than 100,000 illegal border crashers-enough to double the population of cities like Yuma, AZ. Think about what Biden is doing to this country with his out-of-control border policies. How many millions more?”
You may have heard that allegations of sexual misconduct with former girlfriends about 20 years ago have been brought up against Russel Brand (for the first time) and that he has already been “demonetized” from advertising on YouTube as a direct result.
Britain’s Parliament has demanded that Rumble deplatform Russell Brand
”Truth Is The New Hate Speech” , Professor Anthony Hall
Reflections on Hate Speech Targeting the Movement to Protect Canadian Children and Their Parents from Abusive Treatment by Public Schools
John Ward, The Slog, observes that Elon Musk’s “X” is not quite the free speech zone that some believe it to be. I keep hearing that from different people…
Jamie Dimon demanded that homes and land be seized in order to speed up the fight to control global boiling; and when this came to the attention of Keeper of the Liberty Statue staffers at Elon Musk’s ‘X’, we Tweeters were handed the story in full:
No Results for “Jamie Dimon’s demand that homes and land be seized”
Little Elon. Bless. Protecting we sensitive souls from the Mis and the Dis. My hero.September 23, 2023 at 11:15 pm #143607
Peter McCullough MD , Fatal Craniofacial Cancer Five Months after COVID-19 Vaccination
Published Report Concludes mRNA Injection is the Cause of Cancer
This “silent process” of the UN General Assembly was supposed to mean that anybody not-objecting was voting-for this resoultion, expected be be unanimously accepted. 11 countries objected, so they decided to just get the UN President to sign off on it anybody and go ahead with the plans. Please read this whole story for full details.
UN President Approves Pandemic Declaration — Privacy Experts Warn of ‘Digital Gulag’
Over the objections of 11 nations, the United Nations General Assembly president today approved a declaration on pandemic prevention that seeks to create a global pandemic authority. Critics said the declaration supports COVID-19-style restrictions, including “closing schools and disproportionately throwing women out of work and into poverty.”
The United Nations (U.N.) General Assembly (UNGA) president today approved the non-binding U.N declaration on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response (PPPR), without a full assembly vote and over the objections of 11 nations.
Critics called the declaration, which seeks to create a global pandemic authority with the power to enforce lockdowns, universal vaccination and censorship of “misinformation,” “hypocrisy” and “unhinged.” …
..[Can you figure out what this means? Speaking in riddles for those-in-the-know?] In a statement, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “If COVID-19 taught us nothing else, it’s that when health is at risk, everything is at risk.” He linked the PPPR to the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), saying world leaders should “show they have learned the painful lessons of the pandemic.” …
..Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, told The Defender it is “very worrying” that the U.N. and WHO “will further encourage, if not actually authorize, the kind of standing capability or authority on their part to essentially dictate what constitutes emergencies.”
“There’s no getting around the fact that it’s going to come at the expense of the sovereignty of the various nations that will subsequently be told that they have an emergency and told what they have to do about it,” he added. “This is unprecedented.”
Gostin said “Negotiators are at a loss” as to how to balance accountability and sovereignty when implementing instruments like the PPPR, IHR or “pandemic treaty.”
Writing for the Brownstone Institute, Dr. David Bell, a public health physician, biotech consultant and former director of Global Health Technologies at Intellectual Ventures Global Good Fund, said “the main aim” of the PPPR “is to back” the “pandemic treaty” and IHR amendments currently under negotiation by WHO member states.
Bell said a “silence procedure” is in place, “meaning that States not responding will be deemed supporters of the text.” He said the text is “clearly contradictory, sometimes fallacious, and often quite meaningless,” and intended to centralize the WHO’s power.
Francis Boyle, J.D., Ph.D., a bioweapons expert and professor of international law at the University of Illinois who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, agreed. “The same people who drafted the pandemic treaty and the IHR amendments drafted the PPPR document,” Boyle told The Defender.
“This is a full-court press to have the entirety of the United Nations Organization, its specialized agencies and its affiliated organizations, back up and support their proposed globalist WHO worldwide totalitarian medical and scientific police state,” he said...
..According to [Treaty Analyst James] Roguski, the PPPR declaration is one of “four tracks that are important to pay attention to right now” — along with the IHR amendments adopted in May 2022, which he says “need to be rejected by the end of November,” the new IHR amendments and the “pandemic treaty” (formally named the WHO CA+ Framework Convention).
Roguski told The Defender that the May 2024 target date for adoption of the IHR amendments and “pandemic treaty” at the WHO’s World Health Assembly is in jeopardy due to the objecting nations — a view shared by Gostin, who said the May 2024 deadline is “pushing it” but noting that “the reason for speed is compelling.”
Roguski said the PPPR negotiations were conducted in “secrecy” and noted the PPPR declaration “is silent” regarding efforts to develop a Global Digital Health Certification Network — which would establish a global framework for “vaccine passports” and other types of health certificates to be implemented.
Roguski said that rather than calling for gain-of-function research to end, the PPPR supports funding WHO efforts “to implement a Pathogen Access and Benefits Sharing System.” He said this “increases the risk of the spread of deadly pathogens, by design.”
James Roguski broke this news and listed the countries Wednesday. We need to hope that legal procedures are followed, though “they” clearly want to ram this through.
Broken Silence , Eleven countries have formally objected to the political declarations that were scheduled to be adopted during the High Level Meetings (HLM) at the annual United Nations General Assembly.
The objections were conveyed in a letter dated 17 September 2023 to the President of the UN General Assembly H.E. Dennis Francis that was signed by the permanent representatives of the following countries:: Belarus, Bolivia, Cuba, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Eritrea, Islamic Republic of Iran, Nicaragua, Russian Federation, Syrian Arab Republic, Venezuela, Zimbabwe
Meryl Nass MD , In order to help push the pandemic treaty forward, the UN attempted to get consensus; failed; and is now spinning the declaration as “approved”–but only by the General Assembly’s prez, not the General Assembly.
https://merylnass.substack.com/p/un-president-approves-pandemic-declarationSeptember 24, 2023 at 1:02 am #143608
Doomberg: Flying High
The struggle for oil was a driving force in World War II, dictating much of the strategy for the major parties involved. The Japanese went to war as a direct consequence of President Roosevelt’s oil embargo, while Germany’s Hitler became obsessed with the oil fields of Romania and the Caucasus, leading to several decisions that historians now believe precipitated the ultimate defeat of the Third Reich. Tactical blunders aside, the strategic focus on oil is perfectly sensible—war “is nothing more than the concentrated conveyance of destructive energy, and the history of war can best be understood through the lens of primary energy development, its efficient conversion into weapons, and its resulting targeted delivery against the enemy.” Planes, tanks, and supply vehicles would quickly grind to a halt without aviation fuel, diesel, and gasoline. ]…]
F.S.September 24, 2023 at 1:15 am #143609
The now permanent lack of cheap reliable energy, the Master Resource, for Eurotardistanis is the Final Nail in their collective coffin. R.I.P.
The Russians will never turn East again and relent to provide cheap energy in at least a generation (80 years min.)
Especially when Putin leaves the stage. The hard liners in Russian political circles want to see Eurotardistan reduced to 3rd world status, cold, dark with their begging bowls empty in the howling winds.September 24, 2023 at 2:13 am #143610aspnazParticipant
The now permanent lack of cheap reliable energy, the Master Resource, for Eurotardistanis is the Final Nail in their collective coffin. R.I.P.
Germany has enough coal to meet its requirements
Germany has proven reserves equivalent to 154.6 times its annual consumption. This means it has about 155 years of Coal left (at current consumption levels and excluding unproven reserves).
Provided by https://www.worldometers.info/coal/germany-coal/.
It is impossible to know for sure because the internet is full of websites lying about energy resources, but they have always had lots of coal. Coal is used to make most stuff that can also be made with oil, so I am sure they have the physical resources. The problem is that the general population do not have the thinking and survival skills needed to adopt it and make coal great again.
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