The United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and in coordination with the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Department of State, is providing an additional $4.5 billion in direct budgetary support to the Government of Ukraine. The funding, which will help alleviate the acute budget deficit caused by Putin’s brutal war of aggression, was made possible with generous bipartisan support from Congress. The Government of Ukraine will receive the funding in two tranches before the end of 2022.
[...] Once these additional funds are fully disbursed, the U.S. government will have provided $13 billion in direct budgetary support to the Government of Ukraine.
Webmaster addition: Yep! Zelensky is using Hunter Biden's dealing in Ukraine to blackmail Joe Biden!
What is not mentioned in those articles is that the target of the Turkish strike was the US-run center for the training and education of PKK militants in Rojava. There are rumors that the Turks gave the US enough warning time to evacuate most of its personnel.
Does that sound familiar?
If it does, it is because it is very similar to what the Iranians did when they hit US bases in Iraq following the murder of General Solemani in a US drone strike.
If the above is true, and rumors are very much “if” and cannot be considered as proven fact, then that means that a NATO member state (Turkey) just attacked a US base and, like Iran, got away with it: the “The Finest Fighting Force in the History of the World” just got whacked hard and humiliated for a second time and could do absolutely nothing to defend itself or even save face.
ccused Colorado Springs gay bar mass shooter 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich is non-binary, uses they/them pronouns and is addressed by Mx. according to a Tuesday night court filing by his attorney. The mass shooting at Club Q killed five and injured 17 people. Aldrich has been charged with five counts of first degree murder and ‘bias motivated crime.’
Elon Musk has mostly championed free speech since taking over Twitter. There are a still a number of conservatives who remain banned, including The Gateway Pundit, while he has ignored leftists supporting violence on the platform.
Today we bring you a truly bombshell interview and critical story about the WHO’s new pandemic treaty which is specifically written to overrule the United States Constitution and all domestic laws in every nation, worldwide. How do we know this? Because treaty expert Dr. Francis Boyle studied the proposed treaty language and lays it all out in today’s hard-hitting interview (see below). He’s the author of the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, and an expert in reading and writing treaties. And today, he issues his strongest warning yet made public.
Dr. Boyle is the author of a recent book entitled, “Resisting Medical Tyranny,” and in today’s interview, he openly warns that this new WHO treaty — dubbed “WHO CA+” — is designed to unleash a global medical dictatorship that would overrule your local doctors, hospitals and clinics, forcing them to follow WHO directives on things like masks, quarantines, social distancing and economic lockdowns.
The public defenders for the suspect in the mass shooting at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub said in a Tuesday night court filing obtained by a New York Times reporter that their client is nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns.
The big picture: The suspect, Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, is facing multiple murder and hate crime charges over the shooting at Club Q last weekend that killed five people, per Max D'Onofrio, a city spokesperson.
Aldrich was injured during the shooting but released from a local hospital and "booked into the El Paso County Jail," earlier on Tuesday, per the Denver Post.
What we're watching: Aldrich was due to make their first court appearance via video link from jail Wednesday, according to the Denver Post.
A federal judge ruled on Monday that former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki must comply with an investigation that seeks to uncover the federal government’s collusion with Big Tech to suppress Covid-related posts they deemed “misinformation.”
Writing for the Western District of Louisiana District Court, Judge Terry A. Doughty denied a request by Psaki to quash a subpoena seeking her deposition in a lawsuit filed by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry. In his reasoning, Doughty said that “[p]reparing for and giving a deposition is part of the normal process for every person subpoenaed for a deposition” and that despite Psaki’s contention, it is “not an undue burden.”
Psaki’s request for the Louisiana court to “stay the deposition pending appeal” was also denied, with Doughty reasoning that Psaki and federal defendants did not make a “strong showing” for why their case would likely succeed. (A stay is when a court takes action to halt a judicial proceeding or the actions of a party.)
House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy called on Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to resign Tuesday afternoon after the speaker-elect led a GOP congressional delegation to tour the southern border.
“His actions have produced the greatest wave of illegal immigration in recorded history,” McCarthy said, issuing a seething indictment of the seemingly absent Homeland Security secretary engaged in a “dereliction of duty.”
According to an analysis of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data from the conservative Heritage Foundation, federal law enforcement has recorded more than 4 million apprehensions, “more than the previous four fiscal years combined.” October’s border arrests alone were the third highest in American history, with more than 230,000 arrests reported by CBP. Illicit substances continue to flood American communities nationwide after pouring through the open border. Cocaine seizures spiked 104 percent last month, and fentanyl seizures remained on the rise.
The financial collapse of multibillion-dollar FTX is sending waves through the cryptocurrency industry. As the list of people responsible grows, one individual on the list should be the former CEO’s father, Joe Bankman.
The Washington Post is not pleased with a recent move by the Biden Administration to grant immunity to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The administration decided it would shield Salman from any potential lawsuit he might face due to actions taken in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Khashoggi had been a reporter for the Washington Post before he was brutally murdered in Saudi Arabia at the behest of the government there.
The publisher and CEO of the Washington Post released the following statement about the action by the administration: "In granting legal immunity to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, President Biden is failing to uphold America's most cherished values," He followed it up with this comment: "He is granting a license to kill to one of the world's most egregious human-rights abusers who is responsible for the cold-blooded murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist."
Webmaster addition: Biden did that in exchange for Saudi Arabia increasing oil output. I am shocked to find myself in agreement!
An elected official in Rhode Island has shared a viewpoint that won't be one that most people hold in common.
The individual states that they believe using the wrong pronouns to describe an individual is "an act of violence." How they could believe such an absurd thing is hard to imagine, but some people are willing to go along with something like that.
Jennifer Lima, a school committee member in Rhode Island, said she is for bringing "anti-racist" policies into the school district. Everyone would be for that, of course, but Lima seems to have a very different definition of what is discriminatory than most people do. For example, Lima feels that it is necessary to say that using the wrong pronouns to describe a person is an act of violence in her book.
An investigation has been completed against 30 foreign NGOs and other structures from 16 unfriendly countries, they are proposed to be considered undesirable in the Russian Federation, said Vasily Piskarev, head of the State Duma commission to investigate the facts of foreign interference in Russia's internal affairs.
"The State Duma Commission to investigate the facts of foreign interference in the internal affairs of Russia has completed an investigation against 30 non-governmental organizations, civil structures and public associations from 16 unfriendly countries. It is proposed to recognize their activities as undesirable, and some as extremist," Piskarev said at a meeting of the commission on Wednesday.
He said that we are talking about organizations from Australia, Austria, the USA, Hungary, Denmark, Spain, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Germany, Montenegro, the Czech Republic and Sweden.
"All these structures are controlled by the governments of NATO countries and are aimed at undermining our country from within," the head of the committee said.
European countries have destabilized the global LNG market and lowered global energy security, the Russian gas holding Gazprom said on Tuesday.
"The global LNG industry experienced dramatic changes on account of rising demand in Europe, which led to market destabilization and the rise in gas prices. In 2022, a significant European premium relatively to Asian prices was observed for the first time over the long period. Certain suppliers in such conditions breached their commitments under long-term contracts and redirected LNG carriers to Europe, thereby provoking crisis situations in certain countries of the Asia-Pacific Region," Gazprom said.
Record high gas prices across the globe did not result in an increase in final investment decisions on new LNG facilities, the gas holding said. "The volume of LNG projects with final investment decisions made in 2022 corresponds to the average annual figure over the last decade," Gazprom noted. The US failed to promptly scale up shale gas production in the favorable environment of this year, the company added.
Methane emissions from the global oil and gas industry account for only 10% of cumulative global emissions, the Russian gas holding said on Tuesday.
"Methane emissions from the global oil and gas industry stand at about 10% of the total volume. Studies demonstrate a minimal methane footprint from supplies of Gazprom’s natural gas. According to the estimates, the share of methane’s atmospheric emissions from operations of the company was just 0.2% of global emissions in 2021. This confirms the insignificance of the impact of the company's operations on the global methane balance in the atmosphere," the company said, citing a study of methane and climatic changes.
According to Gazprom, methane emissions during gas production in the US are eighteen times higher than in Russia.
The Prime Minister of Estonia said that Hungary's behavior is "very alarming" as Budapest reports that inflation in Europe was caused by sanctions against Russia, and not by war
ERR informs about this with reference to the statement of the Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas in the country’s Parliament.
"Hungary's behavior is very alarming," Kallas said.
The Prime Minister of Estonia emphasized that Hungary supported the sanctions against Russia, and "as long as one thing is being talked about and another is being done, the problem is not so big."
Kallas was concerned about the promos and ads in the country.
"I am also very concerned about the way Hungary conducts advertising campaigns, they try to make it appear that all this inflation, energy prices are caused by sanctions. No, they are not caused by sanctions, they are caused by war," the prime minister emphasized.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán appeared at fan meeting with football player Balazs Dzúdzák wearing a scarf with a map of Hungary, on which parts of several EU states, Ukraine and Serbia are part of "Greater Hungary"
Hungarian publication Mandiner reports.
Orbán posted a video on Instagram of himself wearing a scarf with a map of "Greater Hungary". On the scarf, parts of Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria and Slovakia "joined" the country.
Member of European Parliament Daniel Freund commented on Orbán's scandalous appearance.
"Prime Minister of Hungary is wearing a scarf with a map of Greater Hungary. How reassuring for Hungary's neighbors", he wrote.
“When people use disinformation to create fear, they become agents of evil,” he said before citing “conspiracies” about the AIDS epidemic, the January 6th riot, the Covid-19 pandemic and Covid vaccines as examples of “dangerous disinformation.”
Infowars.com reports: Ironically, Bourla himself uttered a massive lie about the January 6th protest by claiming the events that day “resulted in the death of five police officers.”
According to the Department of Defense, the new command, which was previously reported this summer, will be officially called the Security Assistance Group Ukraine, or SAGU, and will be based out of U.S. Army Europe and Africa headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany. It will be a led by a 3-star general.
The command will involve 300 U.S. military personnel but will likely work closely with U.S. Army Europe and Africa’s training center in Grafenwoehr and Hohenfels as well as the service’s garrison in Baumholder. In addition, “the thousands of U.S. soldiers now positioned at training areas in Poland and Romania … could factor into the plans,” Stars & Stripes reported.
The new command is expected to have a long term presence, according to Stars & Stripes:
By establishing a dedicated headquarters focused on Ukraine support, the Pentagon is putting in place an organization to carry out what is expected to be a long-term mission.
The Wiesbaden headquarters is slated to be manned with personnel from across the military branches, making it a joint service operation. Tours are initially planned to last between six months and a year, but longer accompanied tours are also possible.
The U.S. government has now provided over $18 billion in weapons to Ukraine, and officials are crediting Kyiv’s successes against the Russian invasion to a constant flow of military assistance to the country. This new command signals a digging-in by the Western powers with the U.S. at the head, my Quincy Institute colleagues tell me.
“It is definitely a sign that the U.S. is preparing for a long war in Ukraine and long-term military competition with Russia,” says George Beebe. “You don’t put a 3-star in charge just to keep track of weapons flows in Ukraine.”
(Natural News) Supposedly, because of the pandemic, people all over the world were developing cancer and refusing to go to the hospitals to be diagnosed, for fear they would catch Fauci Flu. According to the pharma industrial complex, this went on for two years, and an estimated one million cancer cases were missed and over 100 million cancer screenings “lost because of the pandemic.” But that’s not all.
The goons at Big Pharma in Europe are also blaming the Russians for the new cancer epidemic, and say that if the Russians had not invaded Ukraine, then two of the largest contributors to clinical cancer research, diagnosis, and treatment (Russia and Ukraine) would not have been incapacitated. However, there’s a sub-plot here that nobody is talking about, and it could be the MAIN reason the world is experiencing a major uptick in cancer cases. What in the world could that be?
Covid “vaccine” spike proteins significantly inhibit the ability of damaged DNA to repair itself, thus enabling cancer to develop and spread easily
Lockdowns and Fauci Flu fear were definitely responsible for damage to societies, economies, and overall mental health, but the tsunami of cancer cases may be hinged on a more realistic explanation – toxic spike prions in the blood and cleansing organs. Yes, the doctors lied and said the injections would remain at in the muscular tissue at the site of injection. Yes, the pandemic was mostly fear-based, as less than 1% of the population of the planet were at risk of dying from the Wuhan virus.
Dasha Burns received massive backlash over her reporting of Democrat John Fetterman’s health.
She recalled that during an interview, he had difficulty making conversation that didn’t involve reading from a teleprompter. His previous stroke made many people wonder whether he was fit to be a Senator, which is understandable. It’s not understandable to some people, though.
The Daily Caller says, “Burns reported that Fetterman, who suffered a stroke May 13, had difficulty making “small talk” before an interview that aired October 11. Fetterman’s health became an issue during his senatorial campaign when he pulled out of multiple debates, prompting the Washington Post and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial boards to question his ability to serve as a Senator.”
According to Kara Swisher, a VOX media reporter, this questioning was out of line. The Daily Caller points out that she said,
“She’s not a doctor. I had a stroke. Okay, and I had the same thing. I had a hard time with small talk. I was cognitively fine, and you often would say, “Oh, there’s something wrong with you because you can’t get words out. Well, maybe he had a bad day. Maybe he didn’t want to talk to you.”
Marcus Stokes thought he had achieved his lifelong dream of becoming a college quarterback after committing to the University of Florida to play for the Gators. In a split second, however, Florida ripped away his dream on Sunday after an unfortunate video surfaced.
Stokes recorded himself in his car last Friday singing the lyrics to a rap song. This song unsurprisingly had a number of vulgar words including the N-word. In the video below, you can hear him regurgitating the lyrics, N-word, and all:
Stokes apologized for the video after losing his scholarship. He said he never intended harm and has learned from his mistake: