Children with chronic exposure to high levels of fluoride in drinking water made more errors on drawing and cognitive tests, according to a new pilot study by researchers at Tulane University.
The study, which linked fluoride exposure and cognitive impairment, was published in the November-December issue of the peer-reviewed Neurotoxicology and Teratology journal.
Continue reading “Kids Exposed to Fluoride Scored Lower on Cognitive Tests, Study Finds – Brenda Baletti, Ph.D. 11/7/23”
South Africa recalls ambassador from Tel Aviv, and Jordan warns expelling Palestinians is “declaration of war”. Nearly one million Palestinians are still living in northern Gaza where fighting intensified between resistance fighters and Israeli forces.
Gaza: 10,328 Killed, 4,237 of them children; nearly 26,000 Wounded
Occupied West Bank and Jerusalem: 163 Killed
Continue reading “‘Operation Al-Aqsa Flood’ Day 32: UN Warns Israel has Turned Gaza into “Graveyard for Children” as Attack Enters Second Month – Mustafa Abu Sneineh 11/7/23”
South Africa recalled all of its diplomats in Tel Aviv for “consultation” on 6 October in rejection of continued Israeli atrocities in the Gaza Strip.
Continue reading “South Africa Recalls Diplomats in Israel – The Cradle 11/6/23”
“(Tutsis) are cockroaches. We will kill you.”
Arabs are like “drugged cockroaches in a bottle.”
The first quote was a line repeated frequently by the Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines, a Rwandan radio station, which is largely blamed for inciting hatred towards the Tutsi people.
The second is by former Israeli army Chief-of-Staff, Gen. Rafael Eitan in 1983, speaking at an Israeli parliament’s committee.
Rwanda’s hate-filled radio station operated for only one year (1993-94), yet the outcome of its incitement resulted in one of the saddest and most tragic episodes in modern human history: the genocide of the Tutsis.
Continue reading “‘Human Animals’: The Sordid Language Behind Israel’s Genocide in Gaza – Ramzy Baroud 10/30/23”
On Oct. 5, the gold-backed digital token called, Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG), officially launched as a payment method. The launch was announced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ).
Continue reading “Zimbabwe Turns Gold-Backed Digital Token into Payment Method – David Attlee 10/10/23”
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s annual live-streamed Goalkeepers2030 event convenes this week as world leaders gather for the 78th UN General Assembly. Pre-event press promises inspirational news for “thinkers and doers” who want to “save” dying mothers and nurture hope for a brighter world.
If past Goalkeepers are a guide, the PR event is likely to generate laudatory press coverage that ignores the global chorus of criticisms about the foundation’s agricultural development work in Africa. Reporters who plan to cover Goalkeepers 2023 should inquire about these recent newsworthy developments.
Continue reading “5 Questions Gates Foundation’s Goalkeepers2030 Should Answer About Agriculture Projects in Africa – Stacy Malkan 9/20/23”
The July military coup in the west African country of Niger has once again brought attention to the fact that the US government runs a global military empire that serves Washington’s special interests, and not the national interest.
Before the coup made news headlines, most Americans – including many serving in Congress – had no idea the US government maintains more than 1,000 troops stationed on several US bases in Niger. But it’s even worse than that. A recent report in The Intercept suggests the Pentagon repeatedly misled Congress about the extent and the cost of the US presence in Niger.
Continue reading “Why Are We In Niger? – Ron Paul 9/11/23”
With newly-enforceable pro-life laws cutting into the abortion industry’s bottom line over the past year, the abortion-on-demand movement persists in large part due to the support of wealthy far-left financiers, one of the biggest of which is investor Warren Buffett.
Buffett, the 93-year-old CEO of multinational conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway and the fifth richest man in the world at a net worth of $106 billion, is known in the mainstream as a philanthropist. This week, however, an extensive report by Restoration News’s Hayden Ludwig (Part 1, Part 2) details how Buffett has poured “billions” of dollars into the cause of “choice” as part of a broader depopulation agenda.
Continue reading “Report Details Billions of Dollars Warren Buffett has Funneled to Abortion Groups Around the World – Calvin Freiburger 8/31/23”
It is no coincidence that Nigeria, with a population of over two hundred million, became the first serious global testing ground for central bank digital currencies (CBDC) implementation. Not only is it the wealthiest country on the continent where the globalists are making plans, but Nigeria also possesses significant hydrocarbon and metals reserves and talented citizens. For these reasons, it can serve as a relatively good example for the rest of the poorest continents.
Continue reading “How a CBDC Created Chaos and Poverty in Nigeria – Jan M. Fijor 9/1/23”
Previously we described how what’s been dubbed “poor man’s cocaine” at as little as $3 a pill is threatening to proliferate across the Middle East and into Europe. The synthetic stimulant Captagon has been popular for years in parts of the Middle East and North Africa, and was big during ‘Arab Spring’ protests, but mainstream media of late has blamed the Assad government and allied militias for its now rapid spread.
Continue reading “Jordan Launches Rare Airstrike On Alleged Syrian Captagon Factory – ZeroHedge 9/1/23”
Iran and Saudi Arabia were among six countries invited Thursday to join the BRICS bloc of developing economies in a move that showed signs of strengthening a China-Russia coalition as tensions with the West spiral higher.
The United Arab Emirates, Argentina, Egypt and Ethiopia were also set to enter BRICS from Jan. 1, 2024, joining current members Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa to make an 11-nation bloc….
At the end of June, 2023, Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s coup attempt quickly began and quickly ended. Officials in the political West were quick to diagnose the weakness in Putin’s government and the vulnerability in Russia’s forces in Ukraine.
Neither diagnosis turned out to be true. Putin seems to have emerged, not only unscathed by the rebellion, but buttressed by many advantages. The publicly damaging infighting between Prigozhin and Shoigu and Wagner and the Russian military has entirely stopped. Wagner is safely exiled from Russia while, having been largely integrated into the Russian military, it goes on fighting for Russia in Ukraine. Wagner forces are training Belarusian forces and guarding the Belarusian border, while Wagner goes on doing Russia’s work in Africa. Having, in some not entirely clear way, reined in Prigozhin, Putin seems to be deriving increased benefit from Wagner now free of the risks.
Continue reading “Prigozhin is Gone, but Wagner is Everywhere – Ted Snider 8/16/23”
People who recall how the United States and its NATO partners (along with their propaganda mouthpieces in the news media) generated public support for a proxy war in Ukraine may be experiencing a sense of déjà vu. A similar effort is now underway with respect to Niger and other countries in West Africa. Washington is upset about a recent military coup in Niger, which was the latest ouster of a pro-Western government in that region. U.S. leaders are concerned not only because the coups have underscored the fading influence of France, the former colonial master, but because the insurgents have adopted a friendly stance toward Russia.
Continue reading “Niger May be the Next US Proxy War – Ted Galen Carpenter 8/13/23”
Top software entrepreneur Larry Ellison is a significant patron of the Tony Blair Institute (TBI), an intriguing revelation from the 2020 tax return of the Larry Ellison Foundation. Reports indicate that the founder of Oracle Corporation and its present CTO has made a grand contribution of $33.83 million and is poised to donate an additional $49.37m to the institute in the near future.
Continue reading “Oracle Boss Larry Ellison is Revealed as a Major Donor to Tony Blair Institutes’ Vaccine Database Plot – Ken Macon 8/11/23”
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The World Bank Group is a global institution controlled by the U.S. government. It is supposed to lend low interest money to developing countries in need.
Last year the position of its president became controversial. David Malpass, a former Treasury official, was perceived as being ambiguous about the cause of climate change. In February he threw the towel:
The president of the World Bank will step down from his post in June, leaving the organisation almost a year before his term was due to end.
Continue reading “World Bank Group Goes Woke – Moon Of Alabama 8/9/23”
Personally, I have been reluctant to wander down the rabbit hole relating to various “depopulation agenda” theories involving the COVID crisis. However, the odd concordance between a possible population reduction objective and the dysfunctional “public health” policies is obvious to all open-minded thinkers. These policies include that the biologically engineered SARS-CoV-2 virus, the many “public health” policies, as well as the rushed gene therapy-based COVID “vaccines” and their wide range of associated – but rigorously denied – “serious adverse events” (not the least of which are sudden unexpected death and fertility issues) are more consistent with a population control/depopulation agenda as opposed to being effective “public health” interventions.
Buckle up, because this is going to be a deep dive down that very same rabbit hole.
Continue reading “Population Control: The Receipts – Robert Malone 7/28/23”
Like the war that necessitated it, Russia’s decision not to renew the UN-Turkish brokered grain deal is bad for the world but not entirely unprovoked.
The deal allowed Ukraine safe passage for its grain laden ships through the mined and blockaded Black Sea ports so it could export its grain to the world.
On July 17, Russia announced the decision not to renew the deal
Continue reading “Russia Decides Not To Renew Grain Deal: Some Context – Ted Snider 7/27/23”
The World Health Organization and its partner organization, the Bill Gates-controlled GAVI, announced Wednesday that they will be flooding Africa with 18 million doses of malaria vaccines.
During a Wednesday press conference, WHO director Tedros Adhanom declared that 12 African countries will be receiving 18 million doses of malaria vaccine in the coming months, declaring that climate change is largely responsible for the continuing disease burden in the continent.
Continue reading “WHO & Gates Inc Announce Plans to Flood Africa with Ultra Dangerous Malaria “Vaccines” – Jordan Schachtel 7/5/23″
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Wellcome Trust on Wednesday announced plans to fund a phase 3 clinical trial for a tuberculosis (TB) vaccine that will be tested on 26,000 people at 50 sites in Africa and Southeast Asia over the next four to six years.
Continue reading “Gates Commits $400 Million to Test New TB Vaccine on 26,000 People in Africa and Southeast Asia – Children’s Health Defense 6/30/23”
What is BRICS?
BRICS is an acronym for five regional economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. The first four were initially grouped as “BRIC” (or “the BRICs”) in 2001 by Goldman Sachs economist Jim O’Neill, who coined the term to describe fast-growing economies that would collectively dominate the global economy by 2050; South Africa was added in 2010….
Will gold rescue Zimbabwe from the ashes of economic despair and usher in a new economic era?
Continue reading “Analysis: Will Zimbabwe Pave the Way for Gold-Backed Money? – Andrew Moran 5/30/23”
The World Health Organization (WHO) says there’s a “huge biological risk” after Sudanese rebels of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) seized the country’s National Public Health Laboratory in the capital Khartoum on Tuesday.
A US-brokered 72-hour truce deal appears to have already collapsed, given war correspondents widely reported hearing gunfire persist into the evening. The top-ranking WHO official in Sudan, Nima Saeed Abid, called the development “extremely dangerous because we have polio isolates in the lab, we have measles isolates in the lab, we have cholera isolates in the lab.”
Continue reading “WHO Cites “Huge Biological Risk” As Sudan Fighters Seize Lab Containing Deadly Pathogens – ZeroHedge 4/26/23″
For decades, the U.S. dollar was the undisputed king of global currencies, but now dramatic changes are happening. China, Russia, India, Brazil, Saudi Arabia and other nations are making really big moves which will enable them to become much less dependent on the U.S. dollar in the years ahead. This is really bad news for us, because having the primary reserve currency of the world has enabled us to enjoy a massively inflated standard of living. Once we lose that status, our lifestyles will be much different than they are today. Unfortunately, most Americans don’t understand any of this. Even though our leaders have treated the stability of our currency with utter contempt in recent years, most Americans just assume that the dollar will always reign supreme. Meanwhile, much of the planet is preparing for a future in which the U.S. dollar will be far less important than it is right now. The following are 7 signs that global de-dollarization has just shifted into overdrive…
Continue reading “Here Are 7 Signs That Global De-Dollarization Has Just Shifted Into Overdrive – Michael Snyder 4/2/23”
In December 2013, Zaire Ebola hemorrhagic fever broke out in Guinea and over the next three years spread across West Africa, ultimately killing 11,323 people.1 While Ebola epidemics occur on a near-annual basis, this was the largest and deadliest in history.2
Continue reading “Turns Out, Ebola Likely Leaked From a Lab as Well – Dr. Joseph Mercola 3/29/23”
Gen. Michael Langley, the head of US Africa Command (AFRICOM), was grilled by Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Thursday about African soldiers who received US military training and went on to carry out coups.
Langley insisted only a “very small number” of Africans who receive US training later go on to be involved in coups against civilian governments and said the programs focus on “core values.”
Continue reading “AFRICOM Says African Coup Leaders Share ‘Core Values’ With US Military – AntiWar 3/23/23”
Seven children were paralyzed by vaccine-derived polio linked to the new nOPV2 polio vaccine developed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, according to health officials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burundi and the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), which on Thursday announced the news.
Continue reading “7 Children Paralyzed by Polio Virus Derived From New Gates-Funded Polio Vaccine – Children’s Health Defense 3/17/23”
Violent protests in Nigeria reveal that getting average people to embrace central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) might be more difficult than government officials would like.
Nigerians recently took to the streets to protest a cash shortage caused by government policies adopted in order to push the country into the adoption of its central bank digital currency (CBDC).
Continue reading “Nigerians Not Eager to Embrace Central Bank Digital Currency – SchiffGold 3/7/23”
It’s an odd case of juxtaposition. A politician well known for refusing to accept election outcomes based on dubious claims is now helping to oversee the “integrity” of elections in an unstable foreign nation like Nigeria.
Democrat and failed Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams is famous for her hypocrisy when it comes to accusations of election rigging while attacking conservative candidates for also questioning elections. Abrams refused to concede to Republican Brian Kemp after the Georgia election results of 2018, claiming that the election was stolen due to voter oppression tied to discrimination. She specifically targeted rules restricting some mail in ballots and absentee ballots. Federal courts ruled that there were no grounds for her accusations….
Digital rights activists have raised concerns over the security of the biometric data collected during the recent general election in Nigeria where millions of Nigerians registered and voted.
Biometric data was submitted for voter registration and was also required to verify voters at polling stations using the Biometric Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) gadgets.
Continue reading “Privacy Activists Lament After Biometrics are Used at Nigerian Polls – ReclaimTheNet 3/2/23”
A newly unearthed interview along with declassified documents point to CIA involvement in the 1962 arrest of anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela by the US-friendly apartheid government. At that time, the height of the Cold War, Mandela was seen as part of the Communist opposition.
Continue reading “CIA Played Key Role In Nelson Mandela’s Arrest & Imprisonment, New Evidence Shows – ZeroHedge 2/28/23”
South Africa is set to host what analysts have described as “10 days of war games” with China and Russia from Feb. 17 to Feb. 26, which coincides with the anniversary of the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine.
The countries involved have described the event, to be held off South Africa’s east coast, as a “multilateral maritime exercise.”
“We are very much looking forward to seeing the Russian and Chinese navies in action; I am sure our navy will learn a lot,” a senior official in South Africa’s defense department told Voice of America.
Continue reading “South Africa to Host ‘Strange’ Naval Drills With Warships From China, Russia – TheEpochTimes 2/6/23”
Though it was clear that Burkina Faso was eventually going to follow in the footsteps of Mali and the Central African Republic (CAR), Ouagadougou’s decision to break military ties with France was not as simple as media sound bites want us to believe.
The conventional wisdom is that these countries are walking away from their former colonial master, France, to forge alternative alliances with a new ally, Russia. These convenient analyses are largely shaped by the geopolitical tug-of-war between old and new superpowers: The US and its NATO allies on the one hand, and Russia and China on the other.
Continue reading “A Month’s Notice: Why Burkina Faso Ordered French Troops out of the Country – MintPressNews 2/13/23”
Let’s start with three interconnected multipolar-driven facts.
First: One of the key take aways from the World Economic Forum annual shindig in Davos, Switzerland is when Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed al-Jadaan, on a panel on “Saudi Arabia’s Transformation,” made it clear that Riyadh “will consider trading in currencies other than the US dollar.”
Continue reading “Global South: Gold-backed Currencies to Replace the US Dollar – PepeEscobar 1/19/23”
In the video above, John Campbell, Ph.D., a retired nurse educator, compares the contradictions between the World Health Organization’s directives regarding the need for COVID shots in Africa and the actual situation on the ground.
As of December 12, 2022, the WHO was still calling on all countries to get the COVID jab into at least 70% of their populations.1 Its original deadline for meeting this 70% threshold was mid-2022, but by June 2022, only 58 of 194 member states had reached this target.2
According to the WHO, jab supplies, technical support and financial support were lacking during the early days of the injection campaign but, now, those obstacles have been resolved. As a result, all countries now have the ability to meet the global target of 70%.
Continue reading “Why Has Covid Spared Africa? – Dr.JosephMercola 1/13/23”
US airstrikes in Somalia rose by 30% in 2022 as the Biden administration has escalated its involvement in the war against al-Shabaab, Military Times reported on Sunday.
According to data compiled by the Long War Journal, a project of the hawkish Foundation for the Defense of Democracies think tank, US Africa Command launched at least 15 airstrikes in Somalia in 2022, up from 11 airstrikes the previous year….
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has been in office since the country became independent in 2011. The 71-year-old had been rumored to be in ill health for months, but during a photo-op in December, Kiir was shown standing during the nation’s national anthem and wetting himself in a most embarrassing way.
Continue reading “Six Journalists Arrested for Releasing Video Showing South Sudan President Wetting Himself – PJMedia 1/7/23”