from Dane Wigington:
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from State Of The Nation:
…..All Three Since They’re Not Necessarily Mutually Exclusive
Time will soon tell what the real story is behind this ongoing military coup in Russia.
In the meantime, there are only these three possibilities.
by Leo Hohmann, Leo Hohmann:
I posted an article yesterday, less than two hours before news broke of the coup attempt taking place in Russia. In that article, I posited that the U.S. and its European allies would do almost anything, risk any outcome, for the prize of taking down Russia.
In a previous article posted on March 20, I explained why the Western powers feel they cannot fully move forward with their Great Reset of the world economy as long as there is a strongly sovereign Russia in place.
by Amber Herding, Outkick:
Basketball player Óscar Cabrera Adames died Thursday of a heart attack while undergoing a stress test at a health center in Santo Domingo. He was just 28 years old.
Dominican sports commentator Héctor Gómez announced the news on Instagram.
Cabrera suffered from myocarditis, a disease that can reduce the heart’s ability to pump blood.
Following his death, social media posts surfaced where Cabrera claimed the heart condition came from two doses of the COVID vaccine — which he was required to get for work.
by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation:
Wagner Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin on Saturday agreed to end his “March of Justice” to avoid widespread bloodshed in Moscow after speaking with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and making a deal.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko announced on Saturday that he had arranged a deal whereby Wagner Group leader Evgeny Prigozhin will abandon his mutiny in exchange for “security guarantees” for his fighters.
Even though Boston Dynamics has pledged not to weaponize robo-dogs, other companies have.
China has made their version of ‘spot’ – except they strapped a gun onto it.
by Ethan Huff, Natural News:
All things considered, Anheuser-Busch, the parent company of the failing Bud Light brand, is insistent, despite no apology to the country, that the transgender beer will soon make a comeback, even though Americans are increasingly done with all things LGBT pride.
“It’s tough to see the controversial and divisive debates that have been happening in the U.S. in the last couple of weeks involving lots of brands and companies, including and especially Bud Light,” said Anheuser-Busch global chief marketing officer Marcel Marcondes at the recent Cannes Lions International Festival.
by Ken Macon, Reclaim The Net:
All while paying lip-service to privacy.
The US Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) recent unveiling of a $1.7 million initiative to foster the development of digital wallets will raise eyebrows among privacy advocates. While DHS’s Science & Technology Directorate ostensibly presents this as the “Privacy Preserving Digital Credential Wallets & Verifiers” SVIP Topic Call, the devil will be in the details.