Friday, August 7, 2020

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George Soros Launching New Super PAC For Election Influence Efforts

by Richard Moorhead, Big League Politics:

The infamous financier is launching a new hub for his political efforts.

Leftist billionaire George Soros has launched a new Super PAC, filing the appropriate paperworkwith the Federal Elections Commission on Wednesday.

Soros has already donated more than $5.1 million to his organization, making it one of the most well-funded political action committees active in the 2020 election. The financier has a net worth of more than $8 billion, and has tacit control of even greater amounts of wealth through his network of investment companies.

The Cancer Epidemic is Caused by a Viruse That Was Put in the Polio Vaccine and Given to 98 Million People (Also Transmitted Sexually)

from Humans Are Free:

In 1960, medical studies determined that the Salk injectable polio vaccine (IPV) contained the Simian Virus 40 (SV40). SV40 is a cancer-causing virus originating from minced rhesus monkey kidney cells that were used to manufacture the polio vaccine.

From the mid-50s until 1960, the SV40-tainted vaccine had been administered to about 98 million adults and children.

Hypocrisy on steroids: Global elite take private jets & super-yachts to Google Climate Summit

from Fellowship Of The Minds:

The hypocrisy of so-called environmentalist elites is limitless.

In January 2019, international financial and political elites took some 1,500fuel-guzzling, CO2-spewing private jets to Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum on climate change being the greatest threat to the global economy. Davos, a small town in the Swiss Alps, is an easy taxi ride from a host of commercial airports.

The hypocrites did it again, for the just concluded 3-day Google Summer Camp on climate change at the posh, 5-star Verdura Resort on the Sicilian coast in Sciacca, Italy, where rooms start at $903 a night.

Leaked FBI Document Labels ‘Conspiracy Theories’ A ‘New Domestic Terrorism Threat’

by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation:

A newly leaked document from the FBI’s field office in Phoenix labels people who theorize about conspiracies as a “new domestic terrorism threat.”

From Yahoo News, “FBI document warns conspiracy theories are a new domestic terrorism threat”:

The FBI for the first time has identified fringe conspiracy theories as a domestic terrorist threat, according to a previously unpublicized document obtained by Yahoo News.

America’s Collapse: #2 in a series

by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:

Capitalists have claimed responsibility for America’s past economic success.  Let’s begin by setting the record straight. American success had little to do with capitalism. This is not to say that the US would have had more success with something like Soviet central planning.

Prior to 1900 when the frontier was closed, America’s success was a multi-century long success based on the plunder of a pristine environment and abundant natural resources. Individuals and companies were capitalized simply by occupying the land and using the resources present.

As the population grew and resources were depleted, the per capita resource endowment declined.

A whole lot of problems developing at Amazon’s Whole Foods Markets, including LESS local produce and MORE robots

by S.D. Wells, Natural News:

That Washington D.C. rag of a newspaper “WaPo,” has admitted in their own authored and posted article that the monster food retailer Whole Foods, now with over 400 stores, might start “demanding concessions from small farmers and vendors” so they can … wait for it … wait for it … “lower the costs of Whole Foods’ products.”

Since local farmers’ margins are already anemically thin, the new price cuts could cripple those producers overnight. It’s a big threat that’s looming, as Jeff Bezos looks to turn America into a Socialist hellhole as soon as possible.

Position Limits – Ted Butler

by Theodore Butler, Silver Seek:

The newly-installed chairman of the CFTC, Dr. Heath Tarbert, in office for only two weeks, submitted an op-ed to Fox Business News the other day, in which he laid out his goals for the agency. Dr. Tarbert comes to the agency with an impressive educational and professional background and as a Republican nominee, I had assumed he would continue in trying to lighten the regulatory burdens on the big guns in the financial industry. Instead, I came away with a very different take upon reading his opinion piece.

The Biggie that Used to Be Strong: Nonresidential Construction Spending Suddenly Sags

by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:

Only feeble signs of manufacturing returning to the US (you’ve got to build the plants first).

Construction spending, an important part of the US economy, has essentially gone nowhere over the past 18 months – the longest period of drought since the great recession. Total construction spending – residential and nonresidential, private and public – in June fell 2.1% from June last year to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.29 trillion, according to the Commerce Department today.