The California Department of Public Health on Friday quietly dropped its plan to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for children to attend K-12 schools.
The move is a reversal from Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2021 announcement that the state would force students to take the vaccine – a decision that was delayed by state officials until at least the summer of 2023.
Now, state public health officials say they still “strongly recommend” vaccinating children and staff, but that any decisions to requirements should be “properly addressed through the legislative process.”…
Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said in an interview posted to his YouTube channel on Saturday that the US and its Western allies “blocked” his efforts of mediating between Russia and Ukraine to bring an end to the war in its early days.
Continue reading “Former Israeli PM Bennett Says US ‘Blocked’ His Attempts at a Russia-Ukraine Peace Deal – Antiwar 2/5/23”
After a devastating earthquake hit Syria and Turkey, killing thousands of people, the US State Department showed no interest in lifting crippling economic sanctions on Syria that are specifically designed to prevent the country’s reconstruction.
Continue reading “After Earthquake Devastates Syria, US Shows No Interest in Lifting Sanctions – AntiWar 2/6/23”
US Central Command announced last week that it was involved in 43 operations against ISIS in Iraq and Syria in the month of January. Task & Purpose reported the monthly average for US operations against ISIS in 2022 was 26 per month, signaling that the US military is stepping up its assaults against the terror group.
Continue reading “US Ramps Up Operations Against ISIS in Iraq and Syria – AntiWar 2/6/23”
The latest major food supplier to go up in flames, after decades of food suppliers not going up in flames, is New Zealand’s largest egg producer – after a blaze broke out on Monday, killing around 75,000 hens.
Continue reading “Fire At New Zealand’s Largest Egg Farm Kills 75,000 Hens Amid National Shortage – ZeroHedge 2/7/23”
Google is rushing to take part in the sudden fervor for conversational AI, driven by the pervasive success of rival OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Bard, the company’s new AI experiment, aims to “combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence, and creativity of our large language models.” Not short on ambition, Google!
Continue reading “Google Takes on ChatGPT with Bard and Shows off AI in Search – LBCGroup 2/7/23”
While the 2023 Grammy Awards featured Beyonce, Jay-Z, Harry Styles and Lizzo, the main star of the show was Sam Smith and the ritualistic drama he carried out throughout the ceremony Here’s a look at the intense symbolism of the 2023 Grammy Awards….
If you had “Netflix partnering with GM” on your unlikely corporate tie-up Bingo card for 2023, you can now cross that square off.
That’s because last week it was announced that the streaming giant would be partnering with General Motors to get more of the Detroit automaker’s electric vehicles in movies and television shows that are featured on Netflix.
Netflix said it will increase the presence of electric vehicles in its original programming “where relevant”, Yahoo Finance reported this week. …
In recent times, media companies have been censoring old content to fit today’s corporate sensibilities and the streaming platform HBO Max is censoring cigarettes from old movie posters.
Continue reading “The Strange Censorship of HBO Movie Posters – ReclaimTheNet 2/5/23”
I’ve recently published several articles arguing that the national and international mortality statistics indicate that the widespread fears promoted by leading Covid anti-vaxxers seemed wildly exaggerated. Contrary to their claims, the data seemed to show little if any evidence that the mRNA vaccines had been responsible for any significant number of working-age deaths. Instead, most of the excess mortality across different countries was much more closely associated with health factors such as the national obesity rate.
Continue reading “Vaxxing Risks for the Elderly – RonUnz 2/6/23”
The European Patent Office (EPO) has revoked a European Union (EU) patent held by Impossible Foods, maker of the Impossible Burger.
In the U.S., Impossible’s fake meat products are manufactured with GMO yeast-derived soy leghemoglobin, a controversial ingredient that makes the fake meat look as if it’s bleeding, like undercooked real meat, and that we have argued may not be safe to eat.
Continue reading “EU Revokes Impossible Foods’ Patent, Fake Meat Maker Also Faces Patent Challenges in U.S. – Children’sHealthDefense 2/2/23”
In January this year, Tesla made the surprising announcement that it would be cutting prices on its vehicles by as much as 20%.
While price cuts are not new in the automotive world, they are for Tesla. The company, which historically has been unable to keep up with demand, has seen its order backlog shrink from 476,000 units in July 2022, to 74,000 in December 2022.
Continue reading “Visualizing Tesla’s Unrivaled Profit Margins – ZeroHedge 2/5/23”
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, announced on January 19 that the company no longer considers Ukraine’s Azov Regiment to be a “dangerous organization.” The far-right paramilitary group grew out of the street gangs that helped topple Ukraine’s president in the US-backed 2014 coup. Originally funded by the same Ukrainian oligarch that backed President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s rise to power, Azov was on the front lines of civil war in Eastern Ukraine, and was later fully integrated into the Ukrainian national guard.
Continue reading “Facebook Protects Nazis to Protect Ukraine Proxy War – FAIR 2/3/23”
The Biden administration on Friday announced a new $2.2 billion arms package for Ukraine that includes longer-range rockets, marking the latest US escalation, although they won’t be delivered until much later this year.
Continue reading “New $2.2 Billion Arms Package for Ukraine Includes Longer-Range Rockets – Antiwar 2/5/23”
“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” is a complete retelling of the original tale of Pinocchio but with an underlying message that is widely different. Here’s a look at the symbolism of this (creepy) movie and the dark occult meaning behind it….
- Jordon Trishton Walker, Pfizer Director of Research and Development, Strategic Operations – mRNA Scientific Planner: “There is something irregular about the menstrual cycles. So, people will have to investigate that down the line.”
- Walker: “The [COVID] vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that [menstrual cycles]. So, we don’t really know.”
- Walker: “I hope we don’t find out that somehow this mRNA lingers in the body and like — because it has to be affecting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles.”
- Walker: “I hope we don’t discover something really bad down the line.”
- Walker: “If something were to happen downstream and it was, like, really bad? I mean, the scale of that scandal would be enormous.”
[NEW YORK – Feb. 2, 2023] Project Veritas released a new video today featuring Pfizer Director, Jordon Trishton Walker, where he shares his concern about the COVID vaccine and its potential negative effects on women’s reproductive health.
Continue reading “Pfizer Director Jordon Trishton Walker Shares Concern for COVID Vaccine Effect on Women’s Reproductive Health – ProjectVeritas 2/2/23”
So this came to the attention of the inner worlds today. It is not new, but it is fresh! Just like those eggs those gorgeous chickens lay that we fry, poach and scramble. The article is entitled: “Chicken Egg Yolk Antibodies (IgYs) block the binding of multiple SARS-CoV-2 spike protein variants to human ACE2” and it was published by a Chinese group in January 2021.
Continue reading “So THAT’S why Eggs are so Deviled These Days – JessicaRose 2/2/23”
Since the late 1960s research has shown that a plastic additive in polyvinyl chloride (PVC), leaches from medical devices and is toxic to multiple organs, especially for premature infants.
Despite more than two decades of evidence, advocacy and education around the issue, PVC products containing this harmful phthalate chemical still dominate the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) environment.
Continue reading “Why Are Toxic Phthalates Still Used in Medical Supplies for Premature Babies? – Children’sHealthDefense 1/30/23”
In a new phase of a multi-year cover-up, the OPCW has accused Syria of a chemical attack in Douma. But to make the case, the OPCW breaks its own rules and offers an argument that its own findings undermine.
In the latest chapter of an international cover-up scandal, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has definitively accused Syria of committing a deadly chemical attack in the town of Douma. A new report from the chemical watchdog’s Investigation and Identification Team (IIT) alleges that Syrian forces dropped two chlorine gas cylinders and killed 43 civilians on April 7, 2018.
Continue reading “In Douma Cover-Up, OPCW’s New Smoking Gun Backfires – AaronMaté 2/3/23”
Majid Khan, a Pakistani citizen who attended high school in Maryland, finished his sentence last year.
A small Central American nation, known for its barrier reef and ecotourism, has taken in a former terrorist turned U.S. government informant whose tale of torture by the C.I.A. moved a military jury at Guantánamo Bay to urge the Pentagon to grant him leniency.
Continue reading “Tortured Guantánamo Detainee is Freed in Belize – CarolRosenberg 2/2/23”
In the days and months following the attacks of 9/11, the government laid the blame for orchestrating the attacks on Osama bin Ladin. Then, after bin Ladin was murdered in his home in Pakistan in 2011, the government decided that the true mastermind of 9/11 was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.
By the time of bin Ladin’s death, Mohammed had already been tortured by CIA agents for two years in Pakistan and charged with conspiracy to commit mass murder, to be tried before an American military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Continue reading “The Legacy of George W. Bush and His Torturers – AndrewP.Napolitano 2/1/23”
Damus, one of the fastest-growing Twitter alternatives, has been pulled from China’s App Store just two days after the app was approved by Apple.
The app, which runs atop the Jack Dorsey-backed decentralized social networking protocol Nostr, was removed from the China App Store per request by the country’s top internet watchdog because it “includes content that is illegal in China,” according to an app review notice Damus received and shared on Twitter.
Continue reading “Damus Pulled from Apple’s App Store in China After Two Days – TechCrunch 2/2/23”
Warehouse automation continues to accelerate as millions of jobs are at risk of being displaced. The latest automation nightmare for warehouse laborers comes from a new video uploaded on YouTube by Boston Dynamics.
In a press release, the US robotics firm announced that Deutsche Post DHL Group has successfully deployed the Stretch robot for loading and unloading boxes from tractor trailers at warehouse docks.
Continue reading “If You’re A Warehouse Worker, This Boston Dynamics Video Might Be An Ominous Sign – ZeroHedge 2/3/23”
It’s winter, with high temperatures well below freezing in Jackson, Wyoming, and barely above freezing in Wyoming’s capital, Cheyenne.
Relying only on battery-powered electric vehicles in a cold climate takes courage because car batteries quickly lose their charge when temperatures are low. Yet the federal government wants to spend billions to build charging stations all across the country—including in cold-weather states where electric vehicles are often impractical.
Continue reading “Tax Dollars Wasted Building EV Charging Stations in Cold Climates – DailySignal 2/2/23”
On Jan. 30, 2023, Twitter user @echo_chamberz tweeted that the OpenAI tool ChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-Trained Transformer) declined a request to write an AI-generated poem admiring former U.S. President Donald Trump, but had no issue in creating one for U.S. President Joe Biden. “They’re turning Chat-GPT into a good little tech worker,” the user added, posting a screenshot of the Trump refusal above the successful result for a Biden poem.
A screenshot of this tweet was also posted to the r/conspiracy subreddit on Reddit.
We performed the same two queries in ChatGPT and found this to be true….
As a journalist and commentator, I have closely followed the development of OpenAI, the artificial intelligence research lab founded by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, and other prominent figures in the tech industry. While I am excited about the potential of AI to revolutionize various industries and improve our lives in countless ways, I also have serious concerns about the implications of this powerful technology.
Continue reading “The Brave New World of Artificial Intelligence – FrankMiele 1/30/23”
What makes the RAND Corporation’s latest report on Ukraine so significant, is not the quality of the analysis, but the fact that the nation’s most prestigious national security think-tank has taken an opposite position on the war than the Washington political class and their globalist allies. This is a very big deal. Keep in mind, wars don’t end because the public opposes them. That is a myth. Wars end when a critical split emerges between elites that eventually leads to a change in policy. The RAND Corporation’s new report, “Avoiding a long war: US policy and the trajectory of the Russia-Ukraine conflict”, represents just such a split. It indicates that powerful elites have broken with the majority opinion because they think the current policy is hurting the United States. We believe this shift in perspective is going to gain momentum until it triggers a more-assertive demand for negotiations. In other words, the RAND report is the first step towards ending the war.
Continue reading “Ukraine is Sinking. Are Western Elites Bailing Out? – Mike Whitney 2/1/23”
A filing in FTX’s bankruptcy proceedings is shedding light on the true extent of the crypto-trading powerhouse’s influence-peddling operation. Last week, FTX filed its creditor matrix, a document that lists former vendors and investors to the company.
The list includes nearly a dozen public relations experts — specialists who generate positive spin in the media on behalf of clients — as well as political consultants, think tanks, and trade groups.
Continue reading “New FTX Filing Pulls Back the Curtain on Sam Bankman-Fried’s Massive Influence-Peddling Operation – TheIntercept 1/30/23”
Does cheap money and credit make us richer? Does more money and credit create more stuff, or better stuff? Do they make us happier and more productive? Or do these twin forces actually distort the economy, misallocate resources, and degrade us as people?
These are fundamental questions in an age of monetary hedonism. It is time we began to ask and answer them. Millions of people across the West increasingly recognize the limits of monetary policy, understanding that more money and credit in society do not magically create more goods and services. Production precedes consumption. Capital accumulation is made possible only through profit, which is generated by higher productivity, thanks to earlier capital investment. At the heart of all of it is hard work and human ingenuity. We don’t get rich by legislative edict.
Continue reading “The End of Monetary Hedonism – Jeff Deist 1/31/23”
As our society continues to deteriorate all around us, rising crime has become one of the primary reasons why so many Americans are choosing to relocate to a different part of the country. According to the National Association of Realtors, there was a tremendous amount of domestic migration in 2022. Some people are choosing to relocate for better employment opportunities, some are choosing to relocate to states with lower tax rates, and some are choosing to relocate for health reasons. But to me, one of the most striking trends is the fact that red states with low crime rates are seeing tremendous population growth, while blue states with high crime rates are losing residents at a staggering pace.
Continue reading “Mass Exodus: Vast Hordes Of Americans Are Fleeing Blue States With High Crime Rates – MichaelSnyder 2/1/23”
The website of the UK children’s comic The Beano describes itself as “100% safe for children”—but is its junk food-related content doing more harm than good?
An investigation by The BMJ shows how The Beano’s website—promoted as a digital hub for 6- to 12-year-olds—showcases products from well-known brands that are harmful to children, including fast food, confectionery, soft drinks and ultra-processed food.
Continue reading “Experts Urge Kids’ Comic The Beano to Stop Promoting Junk Food Brands – MedicalXpress 2/1/23”
What do corporations gain from virtue-signaling their support for Social Justice™ pet projects?
The Coca-Cola™ corporation makes sugar water with a splash of carcinogenic industrial food coloring to get the iconic caramel shading. What on Earth does it have to do with Social Justice™, and why does it send millions of dollars to activist groups?
Indeed, the neoliberal intersection of identity politics and multinational business is, on its face, perplexing. And it’s admittedly a complex phenomenon.
But arguably the most obvious reason: pure profit and market-cornering.
Continue reading “How Woke Coke (and Others) Cash in on ‘Social Justice’ – BenBartee 1/25/23”
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis threw down the gauntlet on fixing higher education on Jan. 31, vowing to eliminate all funding for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI), and Critical Race Theory (CRT) throughout the state.
Public universities should not be in the business of using taxpayer money to offer degrees in “zombie” studies but should embrace academic excellence and truth, and allow students to think for themselves, DeSantis said.
Continue reading “Florida’s Gov. DeSantis Declares Financial War on ‘Woke’ Universities in State – TheEpochTimes 1/31/23”
Nicole Sirotek is a registered nurse in Nevada with over a decade of experience working in some of the harshest conditions. When a hurricane devastated Puerto Rico, Sirotek and the organization she founded, American Frontline Nurses (AFLN), were there and gave out over 500 pounds of medical equipment and supplies.
Continue reading “UN Initiative Targets and Doxes Doctors and Nurses Who Don’t Follow COVID-19 Narrative – TheEpochTimes 1/30/23”
A Jan. 25 report by the U.K government showed the risks of serious adverse effects from mRNA COVID-19 vaccines largely outweigh the benefits, according to John Campbell, Ph.D., who analyzed the U.K. data used for the report.
U.K. health officials knew about the data in October 2022, but didn’t change their recommendations for the shots until the day they released the report and announced they will no longer recommend COVID-19 boosters for healthy people under 50.
They also said they will discontinue free distribution of the primary two-shot series.
Continue reading “Why Did UK Wait 3 Months to Disclose Data Showing COVID Vaccine Risks Outweigh Benefits for Omicron Variant? – Children’sHealthDefense 1/31/23”
Pfizer on Tuesday announced 2022 profits of $31.4 billion on record sales of $100.3 billion. Sales from its COVID-19 vaccine and Paxlovid, used to treat COVID-19, totaled $56 billion — more than half the vaccine maker’s annual revenue.
However, the company warned investors to expect sales of those two products to plummet up to 58% in 2023, to only about $21.5 billion — $3 billion short of Wall Street projections. Pfizer projected total 2023 revenue of only about $67-$71 billion.
The news followed on the heels of a string of developments calling into question the COVID-19 vaccines — including comments last week by billionaire and vaccine investor Bill Gates, who criticized the efficacy and durability of the vaccines during a talk at Australia’s Lowy Institute.
Bill Gates just admitted mRNA jabs don’t stop infection, don’t block transmission, don’t block mutants, don’t last, don’t work at all — after he sold stock in his vaccine ventures . Thanks, Suckers!https://t.co/a5ROLmha1O
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) January 27, 2023
Continue reading “Pfizer Vaccine Bonanza Slows. But Bill Gates Sold Early, Made Huge Profits – Children’sHealthDefense 2/1/23”