Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Mexico President: Free Assange Or Dismantle Statue Of Liberty

from ZeroHedge:

On the 4th of July, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador declared that, if Wikileaks journalist Julian Assange is convicted in the United States, the Statue of Liberty should be dismantled, reports the Mexico Daily Post

Assange is currently imprisoned by the United Kingdom pending an extradition to the United States on charges under the U.S. Espionage Act. Those charges spring from his receipt and publishing of vast troves of classified American government documents. Among many other embarrassing disclosures, the files revealed previously undisclosed civilian casualties of the war in Iraq.

CPS Gave Child To Rapist To Be Killed: US Government Largest Child Sex Trafficking Ring In The World

from Stew Peters Network:


Election Integrity Investigator Gregg Phillips Announces Investigative Team Has Identified Unique Devices of Interest in Location of TCF Center Election Night Ballot Dump

by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:

On Tuesday, November 3rd President Trump was ahead of Joe Biden in the swing state of Michigan by over 100,000 votes.  This appeared to be another solid win for President Trump in Michigan with a greater margin than his 2016 victory. The ballot counting in Detroit, Michigan on election night took place at the TCF Center, formerly known as Cobo Hall.

This is the site where Detroit City Officials put cardboard over the windows to prevent the GOP observers from seeing in, where poll workers were militantly hostile to the GOP observers, and where hundreds of affidavits by election observers claim they witnessed voter fraud.

Atlanta Fed’s Model Forecasts GDP to Contract by -2.1 Percent in Second Quarter; Morgan Stanley Says S&P 500 Could Drop Another 22 Percent If that Happens

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens, Wall St On Parade:

The Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) will release its advance estimate for U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the second quarter of 2022 at 8:30 a.m. on July 28. All eyes on Wall Street will be glued to that number as a gauge of where stock prices are headed.

As of this morning, the highly respected number crunchers at the Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow model are forecasting a contraction of -2.1 percent in U.S. economic growth in the second quarter. (That’s the real GDP growth/seasonally adjusted annual rate.) The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow modelers will update their forecast five more times, based on additional economic data releases, before the advance estimate for second quarter GDP is officially released by the BEA on July 28.

5 Major Trends To Watch For During The Second Half Of 2022

by Michael Snyder, The Economic Collapse Blog:

Can you believe that it is the second half of 2022 already?  I don’t know about you, but to me it seems like time goes by faster with each passing year.  Perhaps that is just because I am getting older.  In any event, the first six months of 2022 are already in the tank.  During those six months, the largest land war in Europe since World War II has erupted, inflation has spiraled out of control all over the world, we have plunged into the worst energy crisis since the 1970s, a horrifying bird flu pandemic has killed tens of millions of turkeys and chickens in the U.S. alone, the worst monkeypox outbreak in history has begun, the S&P 500 had the worst start to a year since 1970, and global leaders have been relentlessly warning us that we are heading into an “unprecedented” planetary food crisis.  Unfortunately, I expect the second half of 2022 to be even worse.

China’s Economic Slowdown Hits Two-Year Low from Lockdowns

by John Hayward, Breitbart:

According to Shanghai-based financial services company Wind Information, the Chinese economy is about to post its lowest quarterly growth rate in over two years, featuring an anemic growth rate of about 1.4 percent due largely to coronavirus lockdowns.

The poor second-quarter performance makes it unlikely China will hit its growth target of 5.5 percent this year.

HEARTS IN FLAMES: Numerous Myocarditis Studies Showing Extreme Risk For Young Men

from Tim Truth:


Sri Lanka collapsing fast as government suspends fuel sales, while asking Russia for assistance

by JD Heyes, Natural News:

The broke, increasingly cash-strapped government of Sri Lanka is continuing to collapse along with the rest of the country in what many economists see as a precursor for the rest of the world.

Last week, the government suspended all fuel sales with the exception of essential services like police, fire and public agencies in a desperate effort to deal with a massive fuel shortage. The decision has bought the government precious little time to send a couple of officials to Russia in order to try and negotiate a new fuel deal.

Former Aussie Qantas Pilot Alan Dana – Are Pilots Safe to Fly?

from mariazeee:


The ‘Wrong’ Turning Brings on the ‘Fourth Turning’

by Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture:

If we determine to imagine the world as machine, then ‘reality’ will present itself as a machine, Alastair Crooke writes.

For the last four hundred years, west Europeans have lived one very particular ‘vision’; one that stands poles-apart from that which went earlier. As Galileo pursued his experimentation in Italy, it was Francis Bacon who set out a clear theory of inductive procedure – to make experiments, and to draw general conclusions from them, to be tested in further experiments.

Energy Crisis Driving Up Food Costs

by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:

Agriculture experts are calling this season one of the most important crop years in recent history. The supply chain has barely improved, exports are expensive, and we must rely on domestically grown and raised food more than ever. Everything is connected, as are the ongoing crises. The energy crisis is adding to rising food prices as farmers are concerned about the availability of oil.

Nationally, Rent is Still Rising, Compounding the Fed’s Recession Woes

by Mish Shedlock, Mish Talk:

Recession is here, but the Fed will not be able to do as much recession fighting as many people expect.

ApartmentList.Com reports Rents 1.3 Percent in June.

Our national index rose by 1.3 percent over the course of June, consistent with last month’s increase. So far this year, rents are growing more slowly than they did in 2021, but faster than they did in the years immediately preceding the pandemic. Over the first half of 2022, rents have increased by a total of 5.4 percent, compared to an increase of 8.8 percent over the same months of 2021. Year-over-year rent growth currently stands at a staggering 14.1 percent, but has been trending down from a peak of 17.8 percent at the start of the year.


by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:

Quite a few people spotted and shared this story, but frankly, I probably would have blogged about it anyway even if it was only one person who saw it and shared it. When I saw what it was about, it vaulted straight into the “finals” folder right way, no need to wait for my normal “Sunday email sort-and-blog” routine, for it immediately conjured all sorts of high octane speculations. But before we get to those, first, the story itself:

‘Mystery rocket’ that crashed into the Moon baffles NASA scientists

Note what is being claimed in the article: