The ‘fire and fury’ of US President Donald Trump has translated into many memorable phrases that have baffled, amused or infuriated observers. RT looks at the top quotes from the first year of his presidency. January 2017: ‘You are fake news’ Trump had famously sparred with the media throughout his campaign. He reserved his ire […]
Today’s Situation Update podcast covers a lot of breaking news on world events, including:
China’s grain shortage and attempted famine cover-up
Espionage – high-level Chinese spy dumps dirt on corrupt US officials
The NSA seems to have declared war on the FBI as a “civil war” erupts inside the deep state swamp
13-Year-Old Boy Dies Three Days After Taking Second COVID Shot; the masses begin to awaken to vaccine dangers
American Airlines is canceling hundreds of flights a day as a 737 pilot shortage worsens… is it the vaccine?
US doctors are suffering under a trance of “mass hypnosis” warns Dr. Peter McCullogh
In addition, the last section of the podcast discusses the “what if” possibility that at least some covid vaccines may contain exotic technology that, once injected into the body, activates a self-assembly process to build a biocircuitry interface using elements from the victim’s own blood.
Although this sounds like science fiction, we seem to be living in a dystopian sci-fi scenario with biological weapons, magnetic nanoparticle “magnetofection” technology, Orwellian surveillance and all-out government propaganda to coerce everyone into taking a depopulation spike protein injection. (So don’t tell me ANY theory is “out there.”
This is 2021. Global depopulation extermination is under way. Our entire reality is now “out there.”) In addition, the Moderna company openly describes their vaccine injections as installing an “operating system,” which by definition means a platform to receive additional commands or instructions for execution. How are those commands received? From external electromagnetic waves?
Dr. Peter McCullogh has described vaccine-pushing doctors as being in a kind of mind-controlled trance. His exact words from a recent interview: (emphasis added)
What we have learned over time is that we could no longer communicate with government agencies. We actually couldn’t communicate with our propagandized colleagues in major medical centers, all of which appear to be under a spell, almost as if they’ve been hypnotized… Good doctors are doing unthinkable things like injecting biologically active messenger RNA that produces this pathogenic spike protein into pregnant women. I think when these doctors wake up from their trance, they’re going to be shocked to think what they’ve done to people…
What if it isn’t a spell or a trance but rather a self-assembled, embedded biocircuit that has taken control over their neurology?
What if some vaccines are simple spike protein bioweapons injections, but other vaccines are designed to place people in a kind of “trance” where elements of their neurology are controlled through external signals and commands?
Never forget this published research: Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine. (PubMed link). It explains: The efficiency of delivery of DNA vaccines is often relatively low compared to protein vaccines. The use of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) to deliver genes via magnetofection shows promise in improving the efficiency of gene delivery both in vitro and in vivo.
That same study reveals the only two elements necessary to create “SPIONS” (magnetic nanoparticles) are Iron and Oxygen, both present in human blood: We describe the production of Fe3O4-based SPIONs with high magnetization values (70 emu/g) under 15 kOe of the applied magnetic field at room temperature… Polyethylenimine was chosen to modify the surface of SPIONs to assist the delivery of plasmid DNA into mammalian cells due to the polymer’s extensive buffering capacity through the “proton sponge” effect.
Although this isn’t the same as a self-assembling nanotech biocircuitry system, it hints at the existence of exotic technologies that are exploring such approaches to controlling neurology via external influences (such as electromagnetic fields).
If such technology exists and is being deployed right now, it would explain the seeming “hypnosis” or “trance” under which millions of people now seem to suffer as they continue to demand more bioweapons injections into children and pregnant women. Perhaps there is a simpler explanation, however.
Perhaps today’s doctors are just brainwashed, gullible cowards who care nothing if they harm or kill billions of people as long as they don’t lose their lucrative medical salaries.
Will people ever wake up from this trance and realize they’ve become vaccine murderers?
As I lay there on the cardboard that I had put down on the floor of the storage unit I had trouble holding back my tears. I knew that I had to put on a happy face because two beautiful young people needed to know that even though we were now homeless and living in a small storage container, having just moved out of the shelter, that we can never lose hope.
I knew that no matter what we were going through we could never fathom the idea of defeat nor surrender. Little did that mean to two little girls as they lay there on the cold hard ground wrapped up in the remnants of their only clothes we were able to grab when we were being evicted at gun point.
The thoughts of what kind of father am I to have my daughter’s sleeping in a cold storage unit when just a while ago they has their own rooms and their favorite toys and stuffed animals safely surrounding them as they lay sleeping.
My daughter’s grew to understand that in order to change the bad in the world we must sometimes make sacrifices. They saw that the people who took their childhood memories were also the same evil wicked beings that made a number of other elderly handicapped seniors homeless.
My name is Mr. Albert Robinson and I uncovered the longest running fraud scheme in the history of the U.S.
Because I reported it the people involved stole our home and my daughters’ memories but my hardest fight, the fight that I battle everyday, is the fight to never give up hope of bringing all of them to justice.
That is my quest and that is what the books and movie are going to be about.
Bill Maher stunned leftists into silence when he attacked them for pushing useless college degrees
June 9, 2021
Bill Maher used to be one of the most influential leftists in the Fake News Media.
But lately he has been sounding more like a conservative as the Left has become more radicalized.
And Bill Maher stunned leftists into silence when he attacked them for pushing useless college degrees.
Just a couple years ago, conservatives absolutely despised Bill Maher.
He is crude and speaks his mind, which used to be filled with nonsensical leftist rants.
Maher would always take cheap shots at Donald Trump’s rhetoric while ignoring his actual achievements and policy goals.
But something has changed recently.
His monologues have gone from promoting leftist causes to calling out their sacred cows.
And his latest monologue had leftists up in arms.
One of the Left’s most cherished institutions is higher education as they control the vast majority of colleges and universities in the country.
So when they heard Maher ripping colleges to shreds they weren’t happy.
Maher first started out by saying that Biden’s American Families Plan believes “that the more time humans spend in classrooms, staring at blackboards, the better.”
He then kicked it into high gear claiming “[l]iberals see more school the way Republicans see tax cuts – as the answer to everything. We imagine going to college as the way to fight income inequality, but actually, it does the reverse.”
He continued, “the unemployment rate of college grads is about half what it is for high school grads. Is it really liberal for someone who doesn’t go to college and makes less money to pay for people who do go and make more?”
Later on in his attack on the Left’s love obsession with higher education, Maher asked “[w]hy is China kicking our ass? Because in 2019, we issued more undergrad degrees in visual and performing arts than in computer and information science or math.”
You can see his full monologue below:
Maher didn’t disappoint with this rant that had leftists’ heads exploding.
Man-monkey hybrid sparks fears of ‘Frankenstein’ creatures
Photo by: Deborah Williams In this undated photo provided by Deborah Williams, a Vervet monkey is seen in Dania Beach, Fla. Williams, is the lead author of a study that determined where a colony of monkeys that has lived for about 70 years in urban South Florida came from. In 1948 a group of monkeys escaped from the Dania Chimpanzee Farm. Most were captured, but some disappeared into the mangrove swamp. The study determined that 41 descendants live in the area today. (Deborah Williams via AP) FILE
By Ryan Lovelace – The Washington Times – Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Researchers conducting human-animal hybrid experiments struck fear into federal lawmakers worried that nightmare scenarios of Frankenstein creatures have become a reality.
Earlier this year, researchers announced a blending of man and monkey.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, said in April that it participated with a China-led research team in an experiment by injecting human stem cells into monkey embryos. They allowed the resulting creature to live and grow for 19 days before terminating it. The researchers responsible for the technology used in the experiment said their work aided the study of embryonic development.
Sen. Mike Braun, Indiana Republican, said he is worried that such human-animal hybrid experiments will cross ethical boundaries and contravene the dignity and sanctity of human life.
“I mean, any of us could speculate on kind of the Frankenstein concept, let’s put it that way, which that was being referred to as in terms of what this leads to,” Mr. Braun said. “I don’t know. I think that I do believe that there’s a genuine interest in taking so much that we’ve learned through DNA analysis, understanding the genome of not only human beings but other animals, that there’s going to be that [temptation] contagion to go beyond maybe, just the altruistic effort of finding cures for very, very vexing ailments like ALS, like Alzheimer’s, like any of the diseases that are out there that are significant, that we’re not even to the point where we know exactly what causes it, let alone cures.”
Mr. Braun and fellow Republicans seek to outlaw chimeras involving the blending of human embryos with animal wombs and animal embryos with human wombs.
Now that a “chimera” is no longer an ancient mythological creature having parts of a lion, goat and serpent, but an actual human-animal hybrid, Republican lawmakers want to establish baselines for American research rooted in a belief in the dignity of human life.
Mr. Braun and Sens. James Lankford of Oklahoma and Steve Daines of Montana sought to amend the Senate’s massive research and development spending bill last week to block certain human-animal chimeras, but the amendment failed by a 48-49 vote along party lines. Three senators did not vote.
Two absent Republicans — Sens. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and Thom Tillis of North Carolina — could not have changed the outcome, Mr. Braun said. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, would have blocked a vote on the amendment or ensured that Sen. Joe Manchin III of West Virginia, who also did not vote, would have joined the rest of the Democratic Caucus, he said.
Mr. Lankford said he thought blocking human-animal blending ought to have passed by a voice vote and was shocked to find Democratic opposition.
“We thought it was important to be able to put a stake in the ground and say, ‘No. The United States does not believe it is right to be able to do the blending of animals and humans for experimentation or to try to develop that and ultimately, as China’s on a path to be able to do, to try to implant and grow to a child,’” said Mr. Lankford. “That’s an entirely different direction.”
Mr. Braun, Mr. Lankford, five other senators, and 25 House members led by Rep. Chris Smith, New Jersey Republican, wrote to the National Institutes of Health last week to raise concerns on the chimera research and request details about any ethical analysis the federal agency is pursuing.
The NIH did not respond to the lawmakers but has sponsored a review of ethical questions involving human-animal chimeras. The NIH and the Dana Foundation funded a study published in April by an ad hoc committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to examine the ethical, regulatory and scientific issues associated with neural chimeras and neural organoid research.
The ad hoc committee included a member from the Salk Institute, which participated in the human-animal hybrid experiment. Another Salk Institute researcher oversaw the study. The report concluded that human-animal hybrid experimentation held potential benefits, but researchers should use words that do not attract the general public’s attention.
“The term ‘chimera’ is used because it is scientifically accurate, and the committee believes that its connection with the monsters of ancient myths is too remote to warrant avoiding its use,” said the report, titled “Emerging Field of Human Neural Organoids, Transplants, and Chimeras: Science, Ethics, and Governance.” “Research scientists and their institutional representatives can be cautioned to avoid terminology that may court attention but does their work a disservice by stimulating concerns that go far beyond the current state of the science.”
NIH did not answer The Washington Times’ questions about the study it sponsored, but an NIH spokesperson noted in an email the moratorium on federal funding involving chimera research.
The report avoided making recommendations but listed findings of potential benefits of chimera research to include knowledge of brain diseases that had potential application in the treatments of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, psychiatric diseases and other ailments.
The report said some studies of human-animal hybrid experimentation surrounding the brain, involving neural chimeras, created concerns about “animals acquiring attributes that could be viewed as distinctly human, or humans taking on roles that should be reserved for a deity.”
Republican lawmakers who are worried about human-animal hybrids say scientists should not play God. Mr. Lankford said scientific experimentation on animals is one matter but attempting to create new forms of life goes too far.
“There’s a real difference in taking human cells and injecting them into a mouse for cancer research and for other research. That’s been done, and it’s been done for a very long time, and we’ve had time to be able to process that,” said Mr. Lankford. “But trying to be able to create life is a very different threshold for me.”
Democrats say Republican opponents of the experiments are following ideology instead of science. Sen. Patty Murray, a Washington Democrat who spoke on the Senate floor last week, said Republican efforts to outlaw chimera research undermine the development of treatments and lifesaving organ transplants.
“If we are serious about bipartisan commitment to American innovation, we’ve got to stop these ideological attacks on medical research and focus on the science and ultimately the health of our patients,” Ms. Murray said.
Mr. Braun, Mr. Lankford, Mr. Daines and Republican Sens. Joni Ernst of Iowa and James M. Inhofe of Oklahoma proposed the failed amendment outlawing certain chimeras.
Mr. Braun said he does not expect Democrats controlling the Senate to allow the legislation to advance.
If he gets the opportunity, he said, he expects pro-life advocates to help draw attention to the issue of human-animal blending. Senators have touted support for their actions from pro-life advocates at the Family Research Council, the Susan B. Anthony List, National Right to Life, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and others.
Mr. Braun said he does not expect the Biden administration to listen to his concerns as the NIH reviews restrictions and developments for chimera research, but he wants the agency to know that some lawmakers are watching their moves closely.
It is no understatement to say that the covid 19 phenomenon has been the most momentous event of the 21st century. Bigger even than 911 of 2001, due to its worldwide scope and universal intrusion into the lives of the global population. The world has been forced to conform to its dictates of mask wearing, social distancing and lockdowns, and redefining how we relate to each other on a personal level (for example precluding such basic established human behavior as handshakes). It has effected every aspect of our lives. So its much bigger in scope than the 911 psy-op. 911 was social engineering applied primarily to the US. Covid 19 represents social engineering on a global scale.
And yet the immensity of the event has very little to do with the size of the covid disease threat itself, which in the scheme of the history of pandemics, is not really…
The odds of the Senate approving the legislation expanding background checks passed by the House earlier this year was never good. Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia had already said he wasn’t in favor, and there aren’t ten Republican votes in the Senate to pass the bills, much less eleven, which would be the magic number since Manchin’s not on board. Instead, Joe Biden has been betting that talks between GOP senators like John Cornyn of Texas and Chris Murphy of Connecticut would lead to some sort of compromise bill that could get 60 votes in favor, but the Wall Street Journal is throwing some cold water on that idea.
“Progress would probably be overstating it,” Sen. Pat Toomey, a Pennsylvania Republican who has been a key part of the discussions, said of the group’s efforts. Mr. Toomey said that while he might be able to reach a deal with Democrats, he was skeptical they could find nine other GOP votes in the evenly divided Senate. “It’s not clear to me that we get 60 at this point,” he said.
Lawmakers said the recent discussions have centered on expanding background checks to all commercial sales, the focus of 2013 legislation from Mr. Toomey and Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.). The Senate narrowly blocked that bill, which would have expanded background checks to all commercial sales, including all sales advertised online and at gun shows. Currently, the checks are needed only for sales by federally licensed dealers.
Democrats said they weren’t ready to call a halt to their efforts. Still, at some point, they will have to decide whether to bring legislation to the floor for a vote, even if it hasn’t secured enough support to pass. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) has said that the chamber may hold a vote on gun legislation this month. Others involved in the talks said that could slip until later this summer as negotiations continue.
Nickelodeon is promoting Pride Month to children with a new video featuring drag queen Nina West, who sings about the meaning of all the colors on the pride flag. In the beginning of their struggle, the LGBTQ only wanted tolerance, and eventually they got that. Then the LGBTQ wanted acceptance of their lifestyle and anti-God platform, […]
Shortly before Apple CEO Tim Cook took the virtual stage at the iPhone maker’s Apple Park headquarters campus for WWDC 2021 on Monday — at which the company unveiled a ton of new software updates, including some major new privacy enhancements — an email landed in my inbox underscoring how critical those privacy features are going to be once they roll out with iOS 15. Basically, there’s been another huge data leak, this time exposing several billion passwords in what just might be the biggest dump of passwords online ever.
This news comes via the team at CyberNews, which reports that a 100GB text file containing a staggering 8.4 billion password entries was just leaked on a popular hacker forum. This data set presumably combines passwords stolen via previous data breaches and leaks, and it’s been dubbed the “RockYou2020” password leak on that hacker forum. That name was apparently chosen, per CyberNews, as a nod to the RockYou data breach from back in 2009, “when threat actors hacked their way into the social app website’s servers and got their hands on more than 32 million user passwords stored in plain text.”
If you’re reading these words, suffice it to say you probably need to change your passwords. Today, even. That’s because this new password leak is comparable in scale to the so-called “Compilation of Many Breaches,” or COMB, that we wrote about earlier this year. That previous compilation was essentially a giant database of more than 3.2 billion email-and-password pairings based on existing data that had been stolen as part of previous breaches and leaks from companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
This new leaked password dataset, of course, is more than double that previous collection. And when you stop and consider that there are more than 7 billion people in the world, this means that there’s a strong likelihood that one of your myriad passwords is very likely caught up in this leak. CyberNews is recommending that anyone who wants to check and see if their passwords are included in this dataset should visit the CyberNews personal data leak checker or the leaked password checker, where password entries from the RockYou2021 compilation are being uploaded.
“By combining 8.4 billion unique password variations with other breach compilations that include usernames and email addresses, threat actors can use the RockYou2021 collection to mount password dictionary and password spraying attacks against untold numbers of online accounts,” CyberNews notes.