Thought for the day

"Everything went strictly ‘by the book,’ using means that were permitted by the constitution. At first there were ‘emergency decrees’ by the president of the Reich, and later a bill was passed by a two-thirds majority of the Reichstag giving the government unlimited legislative powers, perfectly in accordance with the rules for changing the constitution." -- Sebastian Haffner, Defying Hitler (paperback, Kindle, audiobook)

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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.”

Posted on: Nov 23 09:09

Image: Big Pharma blames Covid and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, instead of toxic spike protein injections, for exploding cancer epidemic in Europe

(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.

Posted on: Nov 23 09:08


Journalist LOSES IT Over Liberal Reporter Asking Serious Questions About Fetterman

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.”

Posted on: Nov 23 09:06
Reports surfaced on Tuesday that a recently hired Envoy Air pilot had collapsed and been pronounced dead shortly after taking off from Chicago O’Hare International Airport en route to Columbus, Ohio.
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On October 31st, Trump asked the Supreme Court to block the House Ways and Means Committee from getting six years of his tax returns.
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Posted on: Nov 23 09:05
A new report from the Department of Health and Human Services says that policymakers should “encourage or mandate policies and protocols regarding masking and social distancing in public spaces.”
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Posted on: Nov 23 09:05

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:

Posted on: Nov 23 09:05
White Stripes Singer Jack White has deleted his Twitter account after ranting that Elon Musk is “absolutely disgusting” for reinstating former President Donald Trump’s account.
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Posted on: Nov 23 09:05
GOP Rep. James Comer is set to take over the House Oversight and Reform Committee once the Republicans retake control of the House of Representatives.
Posted on: Nov 23 09:05

BREAKING: Another Drone Attack Targeting Crimea

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Another drone attack is currently taking place in Crimea. Foreign UAVs are targeting the peninsula from the Black Sea in different regions. So far, explosions have been reported south of the city of Sevastopol, located on the western coast of Crimea, and in the area of the city of Yevpatoria, located in the southeastern part of the peninsula.

Russian air defence systems were activated. According to preliminary information, two UAVs have already been shot down. So far, no explosions on any facilities have been reported.

The governor of Crimea confirmed the attack, claiming that the air defence systems are intercepting the targets.

As always, the attack is coordinated by NATO intelligence forces. The strategic RQ-4D Phoenix UAV of the NATO Air Force which took off rom the Sigonella airbase is patrolling the airspace south of the Crimean peninsula.

The ongoing UAV attacks are likely aimed at identifying the positions of Russian air defense systems in the Crimea. So far, NATO has not achieved any strategic successes in such provocations in the peninsula.

Posted on: Nov 23 09:03

Webmaster addition: Finally, some common sense is breaking out!

Posted on: Nov 23 09:02

Image: For the “crime” of promoting vitamin D during covid, a Missouri doctor faces $500 billion in FTC fines

(Natural News) The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) wants half a trillion dollars from Dr. Eric Nepute, a Missouri doctor and chiropractor who allegedly violated the COVID-19 Consumer Protection Act by telling people they could take vitamin D and zinc in order to stay healthy throughout the plandemic.

Because Nepute also sold vitamin D and zinc – many chiropractors sell vitamins and dietary supplements to patients who want them – the FTC is accusing him of committing fraud.

“The federal government is suing me for half a trillion dollars … for telling people to take vitamins,” Nepute says about this latest political circus and abuse of taxpayer dollars by the feds.

Nepute’s case is scheduled to go to trial in Missouri federal court next March. A jury will decide if the FTC’s 27-page complaint against him, which was issued in April 2021, holds any merit.

The 41-year-old licensed chiropractor owns and operates the Nepute Wellness Center in St. Louis. He also owns Quickwork, a limited liability company that does business under the name of “Wellness Warrior.”

Posted on: Nov 23 09:01

The North Atlantic Alliance is not ready to respond to the "threat" from Russia along the borders of the bloc countries. This was reported on November 21 by Reuters with reference to the chairman of the NATO military committee, Admiral Proba Bauer.

"In a lot of countries — not only on the eastern flank — there are shortcomings in infrastructure," the military commander said.

The article notes that this problem arose in connection with the expansion of the block, which means that it is necessary to protect a longer border. Thus, it is necessary to cover a greater distance to cover military reinforcements. In addition, there is more room for potential attacks, including cyber attacks on infrastructure.

As the former commander-in-chief of the US army in Europe, retired General Ben Hodges, told the agency, in the case of the transfer of heavy equipment from overseas, the problems will be the low capacity of European railways and the difference in track width. At the same time, he added that there is also insufficient transport capacity or infrastructure that would allow NATO forces to move quickly across Europe.

The lack of information about routes and "paralyzing" bureaucracy are also among the problems.

Posted on: Nov 23 09:00

The British media broke out with a series of publications, the general semantic and emotional motive of which can be expressed as follows: "Russia is squeezing its atomic fingers on the neck of the free world" — and this is not about the threat of using nuclear weapons at all.

British analysts recalled that, in addition to the promoted natural gas and the renewable energy sources adored by London, nuclear power plants play a significant role in the production of electricity — a key resource of modern life. They analyzed the data and summed up that there is dependence on Russia here too.

Since statistics and facts are not very convincing, the Western press uses lexical and psychological details to aggravate the situation in publications.

The work of Western journalists creates a completely unambiguous background against which Russia acts as an eternal blackmailer and aggressor. In particular, the reader is informed in an ultimatum form that it was Vladimir Putin (personally and as the embodiment of everything Russian for the West) who first blocked the supply of natural gas to Europe, and now threatens to deploy caravans with uranium fuel for British and European reactors.

Posted on: Nov 23 08:59

 A chance of a nuclear disaster at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant exists, Rosatom Chief Executive Officer Alexey Likhachev told reporters.

"We are informing the international community that the plant is at risk of a nuclear disaster and Kiev clearly believes that a small nuclear incident would be acceptable. However, radiation won’t ask Kiev what kind of incident it wants. It will be a precedent that will change the course of history forever. So everything possible needs to be done to make sure that no one can even think of damaging the security of nuclear power plants," he pointed out.

The Russian Defense Ministry recently reported that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had resumed shelling attacks on the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant after a two-month break. According to the ministry, Ukrainian forces fired 25 munitions at the facility on November 19-20, with one of them hitting the roof of Special Building No 2, where nuclear fuel is stored. The attackers were suppressed by return fire, and radiation levels remain normal around the power plant, the ministry added.

Posted on: Nov 23 08:59

The U.S. State Department cleared $700 million in a possible foreign military sale to Switzerland, along with other sales to Lithuania and Belgium, as the [formerly] neutral European country works to modernize its Air Force by 2030.

Switzerland now has approval to purchase up to 72 Raytheon Technologies-made Patriot Advanced Capability-3 Missile Segment Enhancement missiles. The agreement also includes related launching technology as well as logistics and technical support, according to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

The missiles will improve Switzerland’s Patriot air defense system, which is used to defend the country’s territorial integrity [against whom? – RR], DSCA said in a statement Tuesday.

Posted on: Nov 23 08:58

From November 14 to 18, Bulgarian Air and Land Forces participated in joint Ramstein Guard 2022 training drills under Electronic Warfare (EW) conditions on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria.

Embedded in NATO’s long-established EW Force Integration Programme and controlled by the NATO Combined Air Operations Centre in Torrejon, Spain, Bulgarian air defence forces and assets had to operate under conditions of radio-frequency interference. The MiG-29 fighter jets, radar sites and Ground-Based Air Defence units demonstrated their capability to survive and operate in a degraded electromagnetic environment.

For many years, the routine and recurring Ramstein Guard training has been conducted under overall aegis of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), overseen by Allied Air Command and controlled by the Combined Air Operations Centres. SHAPE has assigned the EW capabilities to civilian contractor DRAKEN Europe who deployed one Dassault Falcon 20 aircraft with EW capabilities in support of the event in Bulgaria. The Joint Electronic Warfare Core Staff based in UK – another facilitator of the Ramstein Guard series – deployed several of their ground-based jammers to create the degraded electromagnetic environment.

Posted on: Nov 23 08:57

With bitcoin tumbling to a two year low and desperate to find a bottom as every day a new - and extremely levered - shoe seems to drop as the fallout of the FTX bankruptcy claims more victims, many have been looking to Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao whose dump of FTT tokens crushed FTX, and who has emerged as the last "White Knight" in the crypto space after revealing last week that he is trying to put together a "rescue fund" for distressed crypto players.

Yet not even CZ is big or rich enough (his wealth is $14.5 billion, down from $81.3 billion in January) to singlehandedly become crypto's JPMorgan (and after so many media references to his criminal peer SBF as "the new JPMorgan", we doubt he even wants that designation). So who does CZ go to when he needs some extra cash? Why none other than the new beating heart of the crypto world, the place where so many Russian oligarchs...

Posted on: Nov 23 08:55

Brazilian Truckers are blockading roads and ports while a Federal Judge had to step down for allegedly discussing a military coup with President Jair Bolsonaro. The head of Bolsonaro-allied Liberal Party will announce the next steps today.

Brazilian truck drivers have blockaded at least 17 roads since Friday, Turkish A News reports. Between Oct. 30 and Nov. 9, authorities arrested 49 people allegedly involved in the roadblocks, according to Brazilian news portal G1.

Posted on: Nov 23 08:52

Patriots in Arizona demanding a redo of the 2022 general election have organized a protest near the Arizona Capitol this Friday at 9 am and through the weekend before counties canvass the results.

The protest will include a peaceful gathering and opportunities to hold signs and banners on highways across the state.

The Arizona election was an uncertifiable mess due to voters having their ballots stolen, not counted, or being prevented from voting altogether.

The Gateway Pundit reported on the serious issues in Maricopa County’s General Election on November 8. Due to the incompetence of Maricopa County and Katie Hobbs, tabulators were down, printers ran out of ink, and long, long lines kept Republican voters waiting to cast their ballots. Republican voters were told to drop their ballots into a separate container called box 3 to be counted later. Election experts and election workers later reported that these uncounted ballots were mixed with already counted ballots, leaving no way of knowing if all legal votes were counted!

Posted on: Nov 23 08:51

Arizona Attorney General Nominee Abe Hamadeh has filed the state’s first statement of election contest in the Arizona Superior Court.

Abe Hamadeh currently trails radical left Democrat Kris Mayes by just 510 votes, and there is expected to be a recount.

However, the Arizona election was an uncertifiable mess due to voters having their ballots stolen, not counted, or being prevented from voting altogether.

The Gateway Pundit reported on the serious issues in Maricopa County’s General Election on November 8. Due to the incompetence of Maricopa County and Katie Hobbs, tabulators were down, printers ran out of ink, and long, long lines kept Republican voters waiting to cast their ballots. Republican voters were told to drop their ballots into a separate container called box 3 to be counted later. Election experts and election workers later reported that these uncounted ballots were mixed with already counted ballots, leaving no way of knowing if all legal votes were counted!

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Germany is known as the bordello of Europe. It is a hard-won title. With more than 3,000 brothels across the country, and 500 in Berlin alone, its sex trade is worth more than £11 billion per year.

Prostitution, in all its forms, is legal in Germany, and has been since the end of the Second World War. Recently, though, attitudes have been changing. People and politicians are demanding that the government take notice of the  “pimp state” and consider the terrible toll prostitution takes on its women and girls.

Germany’s “industrialised prostitution” is horrific, according to those who have survived it. The laws there give licence to pimps; they are referred to as “businessmen” and “managers” as they buy and sell desperate women. Cologne opened the world’s first drive-through brothel in 2001, and since then, more followed. There are “mega brothels” in cities such as Munich and Berlin which can accommodate around 650 punters at one time offering an “early bird” deal of a burger, beer and sex. At quiet times, some brothels offer “two for the price of one” deals, and “happy hours” with discounted rates.


Posted on: Nov 23 08:46
Dr. Fauci on Tuesday gave his final Covid briefing before officially retiring. Fauci is finally stepping down from his post after destroying millions of lives with his Covid policies.
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Posted on: Nov 23 08:44

Russia’s energy giant Gazprom on Tuesday accused Ukraine of stealing natural gas supplies intended for Moldova by siphoning it off during transit. Gazprom is now threatening to halt deliveries via the key the Sudzha route

"The volume of gas supplied by Gazprom to the ‘Sudzha’ gas measuring station (GMS) for transit to Moldova via Ukraine exceeds the physical volume transmitted at the border of Ukraine with Moldova," Gazprom’s statement said.

Gas-measuring station at Sudzha, 200m from the Ukrainian border, via European Pressphoto Agency

The allegation further specified that the Ukrainian government stole 52.52 million cubic meters of gas which was intended for Moldova. Gazprom said that amount of gas never left Ukraine's territory while in transit.

According to the fresh statement as presented in state media

The Russian energy company further warned that if the transit imbalance persists then it would begin slashing gas supply to the Sudzha GMS for transit via Ukraine from 10 am (7am GMT) on November 28, "in the amount of the daily underderlivery."

Posted on: Nov 23 08:43
More fakery in the FTX bankruptcy court. The judge now makes an announcement on redacting the names of FTX creditors.
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Posted on: Nov 23 08:43

Europe is facing a mounting diesel crisis as a strike at one of the largest refineries on the continent begins, reported Bloomberg. The combination of a labor action - depleted crude product stockpiles - and the EU preparing to choke off Russian supplies might be a toxic cocktail for the EU and could worsen the energy crisis. 

Dutch unions appear to have stopped the restart of production units at BP Plc's refinery in Rotterdam after a technical issue brought fuel production to a standstill last week. The refinery processes 400,000 barrels of oil annually and is a top supplier of diesel to Northern Europe.

A spokesperson for one of the unions, CNV Vakmensen, told Bloomberg that workers wouldn't restart production unless a pay dispute is resolved.

BP has indicated that it plans to restart the refinery early this week.  

“We will help resolve the problems until the facilities are ready to be restarted, and then we’ll stop, that’s our intention,” Jaap Bosma of the CNV union told Reuters on Monday.

Posted on: Nov 23 08:43