Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Do Politicians Pay Attention to Voters?

by Harley Schlanger, LaRouche Organization:

Leaders in Germany and France are now revisiting the possibility of dialogue with Putin. This does not mean that Germany’s CDU leader Merz, nor French President Macron are responding to reality — they are responding to votes in the EU Parliamentary elections of June 9 against NATO’s support for the proxy war in Ukraine. The International Peace Coalition (IPC) is circulating a resolution calling for negotiations based on Putin’s June 14 peace proposal. Don’t give in to pessimism, which is being induced by brainwashers using mass media. Instead, join us, circulate the IPC resolution linked here:

Zuckerberg is Attempting to Rig the Election Again. This Time Through Instagram!?

by Jack Montgomery, The National Pulse:

Mark Zuckerberg’s Instagram is limiting users’ exposure to “political content” ahead of the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Instagram had already imposed a requirement to “opt-in” to seeing political content, described in the app as content “likely to mention governments, elections or social topics that affect a group of people and/or society at large,” from users they do not follow. Now, the app restores political content limits every time users exit the app, requiring them to opt back in again through an obtuse series of menus.

A spokesman for Instagram parent company Meta claims users who have previously opted in to political content being opted back out again is an “error,” and the platform is “working on getting it fixed.” However, users were still being opted out of political content each time they exit the app as of the time of writing, 9:55 AM EST.

It Was the Media, Led by the Guardian, That Kept Julian Assange Behind Bars

by Jonathan Cook, The Unz Review:

The media’s villainy will soon be erased because it writes the script telling us what’s going on in the world

It is only right that we all take a moment to celebrate the victory of Julian Assange’s release from 14 years of detention, in varying forms, to be united, finally, with his wife and children – two boys who have been denied the chance to ever properly know their father.

His last five years were spent in Belmarsh high-security prison as the United States sought to extradite him to face a 175-year jail sentence for publishing details of its state crimes in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.

Julian Assange: free at last, but guilty of practicing journalism

by Pepe Escobar, Strategic Culture:

The United States Government (USG) – under the “rules-based international order” – has de facto ruled that Julian Assange is guilty of practicing journalism.

Edward Snowden had already noted that “when exposing a crime is treated as committing a crime, you are being ruled by criminals.”

Criminals such as Mike “We Lie, We Cheat, We Steal” Pompeo, former Trump Secretary of State, who had planned to kidnap and kill Julian when he was head of the CIA.

The indomitable Jennifer Robinson and Julian’s U.S. lawyer Barry Pollack sum it all up: the United States has “pursued journalism as a crime”.

Trump Issues Powerful Closing Statement

The Nazi-Like Authoritarianism That Has Retaken Germany Bears Too Much Of A Resemblance For Comfort To The Grotesque Tyrannies Metastasizing Inside The United States

by J.B. Shurk, All News Pipeline:

So the Great Awakening continues apace.  All over the West, men and women who simply want to be left alone are concluding that their governments will not let them live in peace.  Woe to any Establishment hobgoblins who believe they can sabotage their home nations without paying a price.

After having failed to implement Brexit or curtail mass illegal immigration during their last decade and a half in power, Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives appear destined for extinction-level losses in the U.K.’s July 4 general election.  This regrettably means that Labor’s champagne socialists will seize Parliament’s suicidal reins and drive that once great nation deeper into the ground.  But in the background of Great Britain’s self-immolation is the resurgence of Brexit champion Nigel Farage, who enjoys unprecedented support for his Reform Party.  Because the U.K.’s Deep State has refused to honor the terms of Brexit, the British people are ready to overturn the whole system.  July 4 — what a lovely day for a revolution!

The left is in full panic mode right now.

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Pentagon Targets New Threat to National Security

by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:

Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks alerted the public to a new threat to national security. No, the threat is not coming from a foreign entity or nation. The threat does not involve terrorism or the rising crime rates across all US cities. Biden’s Pentagon is deeply concerned about policies for nonbinary service members.

“We’ve heard concerns about … policies focused on the needs of nonbinary service members. Please know our commitment is resolute, just as it has been over the past three-and-a-half years, to continue our progress in full alignment with our focus on readiness and our focus on the well-being of our people, on which our readiness depends,” Hicks said. The Pentagon clarified her position to Fox News by stating the highest level of America’s defense intelligence is focused on its “all-volunteer force” to ensure its readiness to mobilize.

RAFI FARBER: WHEN THE YEN FALLS, SO DOES THE WHOLE KEYNESIAN SYSTEM

from Arcadia Economics:

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WHY RAW MILK IS IN THE GLOBALIST CROSSHAIRS

from The David Knight Show:

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Money Supply is Moving Back Up

by Peter Schiff, Schiff Gold:

Money Supply is a very important indicator. It helps show how tight or loose current monetary conditions are regardless of what the Fed is doing with interest rates. Even if the Fed is tight, if Money Supply is increasing, it has an inflationary effect.

One key metric shown below is the “Wenzel” 13-week annualized money supply figure. It was made popular by the late Robert Wenzel who tracked the metric weekly as an indicator of where the economy might be headed. In 2020, the Fed started reporting the data monthly instead of weekly. It should also be noted that Money Supply data can be heavily revised in future months.

Nolte: Cost of Living in Democrat-Run California Creates Exodus of Film/TV Workers

by John Nolte, Breitbart:

The far-left Los Angeles Times writes of an exodus of film and TV workers from Los Angeles, but misses one crucial point—well, two.

“Los Angeles has long been a magnet for those chasing their big break in film and TV, drawn by the allure of creative fulfillment and fame,” writes the Times. “But conversations about a growing exodus are getting louder, as escalating housing costs and dwindling career opportunities push many to pursue their dreams elsewhere.”

Watch (& Drink) Live: CNN Hosts First 2024 Presidential Election (Closed To Press)

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from ZeroHedge:

So, here we go, Trump-hating-CNN-anchor-hosted ‘debate’ in a TV studio with a one-to-two-minute (not 7 second) delay on the feed, with no audience, no press allowed in (seriously), and outside of the boundaries of the bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates… what could possibly go right?

WIKILEAKS DELETES ALL THEIR DNC FILES AFTER JULIAN ASSANGE RELEASE

from The Salty Cracker:

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Russia Claims The U.S. Is Expanding Its Bioweapons Research In Africa

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

Moscow claims to have proof that the United States is expanding its biological weapons research on the African continent. The head of Russia’s Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection Forces, Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, claimed on Tuesday that this expansion comes after Russia halted the implementation of similar programs in former Ukrainian territories.

Kirillov said that Africa is a new zone of interest for the U.S. Defense Department and related agencies especially when it comes to bioweapons. The general mentioned the presence of Pentagon contractors in several African countries, including the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, Uganda, and South Africa.