from Humans Are Free:
As reported earlier the CDC-linked VAERS website released its weekly numbers last Friday.
by Shane Trejo, Big League Politics:
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has been frequently defamed by his Soros-backed critics as an authoritarian or a strongman, but he is sounding the alarm about the real totalitarian threat: the European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Lukashenko spoke out to Sky News Arabia on Monday to shine light on the color revolution coup initiated by foreign outsiders that he thwarted in his country. He warns that the globalists are performing similar actions in other nations throughout the world as they proceed toward their satanic Great Reset agenda.
by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation:
The “most popular president in US history” got the least total viewers of every major cable news show with his CNN town hall on Wednesday night.
He even lost to Chris Hayes.
CNN’s 90-minute town hall with the president, hosted by Don Lemon, was a ratings dud on Wednesday night. According to Nielsen data, the forum came in dead last among the major cable news networks in the total viewers category, logging 1.55 million overall. That number was soundly beaten by Fox News — which scored 2.77 million total during the timeslot which covered Tucker Carlson Tonight and the first half of Hannity. MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes and first half hour of The Rachel Maddow Show edged out CNN as well, posting 1.67 million in the overall category.
Perhaps after a late night “pause” Nielsen will come back and announce he got 3 million viewers and came in first!
by James Bovard, Jim Bovard:
The January 6 Capitol clash may be the gift that keeps on giving to cynics everywhere. In the coming months, Americans will likely see jaw-dropping bureaucratic debacles, stunning abuses by federal prosecutors, and appalling bloodlust by angry Biden supporters. Perhaps the least likely outcome is that the coming train wreck will restore faith in American democracy.
The Justice Department declared last week, “The investigation and prosecution of the Capitol Breach will be the largest in American history, both in terms of the number of defendants prosecuted and the nature and volume of the evidence.” The feds are sorting through “237,000 digital tips, 1 million Parler videos and images comprising 40 terabytes of data scraped from the Internet — roughly equivalent to 10 million photos, 20,000 hours of video, or 50,000 filing cabinets of paper documents,” theWashington Post reported. Investigators are also sorting through “cell tower data for thousands of electronic devices that connected to the Capitol’s interior distributed antenna system,” information provided by phone companies, Google, and other data aggregation companies. The problem will be compounded because many government employees are slow readers.
from The Gateway Pundit:
Australians have had enough.
Thousands of Australians marched through Australia’s two biggest cities in opposition to the COVID lockdowns on Saturday.
Thousands marched through Australia’s two biggest cities in anti-lockdown protests on Saturday (Jul 24), sparking violent clashes with police in Sydney.
by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:
But the US and Russia have similar red-hot inflation rates.
In Russia, the official rate of inflation was 6.5% in June. In the US, the official rate of inflation as measured by CPI was 5.4% in June. The CPI-W, which is used for the cost-of-living-adjustments to Social Security payments, was 6.1%. You see, there is barely any difference in inflation between Russia and the US.
The Bank of Russia sees the “persistent factors” to inflation, and it has therefore been cracking down on inflation. The Fed has decided to be in official denial about the persistent factors, is brushing them off as “temporary,” and is letting inflation rip.
The strike against “forced vaccination” was announced on Thursday by the CGT-GHPP trade union, and affects some 200 doctors and 1,500 nurses in the southeastern French city.
Hundreds of them gathered outside the hospital on Friday, denouncing lockdowns and vaccine mandates and chanting “liberté!” (freedom).
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) uses drones that fly into clouds and deliver an electric shock to “cajole them” into producing precipitation amid dangerous heat waves regularly surpassing triple digits.
According to Daily Mail, UAE’s National Center of Meteorology (NCM) is flying drones equipped with electric-charge emission instruments that deliver an electric charge to air molecules, which generally encourage precipitation.
by Paul Joseph Watson, Summit News:
“Experts” suggest getting “very aggressive” with those who choose not to get vaccinated
CNN continued its wall to wall broadcasts calling for unvaccinated people to be punished, with analysts again calling for those who haven’t gotten the COVID shots to be segregated from society and forced to pay for tests every single day.
First up was CNN’s resident medical health “expert” Dr. Leana Wen who called for vaccine passports and forever masking.
“I think it depends on the circumstance,” Wen said, explaining “So if you’re going to the grocery store, and the grocery store doesn’t have the capacity to enforce some kind of proof of vaccination, then they have to say that indoor masking needs to apply, because we don’t know who’s vaccinated and who’s not.”
by Pam Martens and Russ Martens, Wall St On Parade:
The unthinkable is happening with alarming regularity at the Frankenbank JPMorgan Chase. Over the last seven years, with Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon at the helm, JPMorgan Chase has managed to do what no other federally-insured American bank has managed to do in the history of banking in the United States. The bank has admitted to five separate felony counts brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, while regulators took no action to remove the Board of Directors or Jamie Dimon.
Now, once again, the outrageous hubris of this Board is on display. Just last fall the bank forked over $920 million of shareholders money to settle its fourth and fifth felony counts brought by the Department of Justice, this time for rigging the precious metals and U.S. Treasury market. Now, in the dog days of summer, rarely a time for bonuses on Wall Street, the JPMorgan Chase board announced on July 20 that it is giving Dimon 1.5 million stock options which, according to a specialist cited at Bloomberg News, have a total value of $50 million on paper.