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by Rhoda Wilson, Expose News:
Amid the ongoing violence in France, police unions which represent half of the French police tweeted a statement on Friday: “Today the police are in combat because we are at war. Tomorrow we will be in resistance and the government will have to become aware of it.”
France has been witnessing violent protests, acts of looting, arson, and vandalism after an officer shot a teenager, Nahel M, outside Paris on Tuesday, 27 June. The violent spree has been continuing in France for nearly a week now. Apart from countless incidences of arson and looting, the rioters, on 30 June burned down the largest library in Marseilles city in Alcazar. Yesterday the Daily Mail reported that France is now on red alert as Macron faces calls to impose a “state of emergency” after marauding gangs with guns were seen rampaging in Marseille and police headquarters was ransacked in a fourth night of chaos.
Neil Oliver’s monologues each week are even more critical in the intellectual pushback as the thoughts and monologues of Tucker Carlson. Neil articulates the issues and reaches an audience thirsting to understand just how corrupt the systems are that flow from the globalist and corporatist constructs.
Behind all the disparate institutional machinations, the larger objective of globalism and nationalism continue to present the most direct reference point of the conflict. Just as Donald Trump represents this dynamic clearly in the United States, within Europe UK political figure Nigel Farage has been the tip of the spear confronting globalism and representing the face of British nationalism.
by Steve Kirsch, Steve Kirsch’s newsletter:
Let’s take the highest quality studies on both sides and critically examine them and see which hypothesis is more likely to fit all the high quality data. Why won’t the other side engage in a dialog?
It’s baffling to me that most scientists, when put to the task of looking at the evidence on both sides of the autism debate, cannot figure out which side is telling the truth.
This is not rocket science.
by Clarice Feldman, American Thinker:
The Supreme Court handed down three major decisions this week, limiting an executive order that fabricated presidential authorization to forgive billions of dollars in school loans; denying governmental authority to compel people to create works that violate their free speech and freedom of religion; and prohibiting schools from considering the race of applicants in admissions in public and private institutions.
While the US deposit fight that started with the failure of three major US banks in March, has alternated between a bank jog, run and a sprint, depending on whether one uses actual data or the Fed’s politically-mandated seasonal adjustments to deposit outflows…
… the rest of the “developed world” has so far avoided a similar cascade of bank failures (who knew that injecting trillions in reserves to artificially preserve bank viability would make them beyond brittle and terminally fragile the moment liquidity was withdrawn) and by extensions, a sweeping bank run.
Former President Trump was correct about France many years ago. He said, “I wouldn’t go to France. Because France is no longer France …This world better be very careful and they better get very tough and very smart.”
As the unrest in France sparked by the police killing of a teenager of North African descent continued for the fifth day, Paul Joseph Watson offered his view of why social unrest has quickly spread nationwide. And spoiler alert, unlike French officials who blame “social media,” PJW said, “This is what happens when you absorb millions of migrants into a European county at an accelerated rate pace — with zero plan — with zero prospects for ever integrating them.”
by Frank Bergman, Slay News:
In the past two and a half years, the number of athletes suffering sudden cardiac arrests and related issues has soared to alarming levels.
In early 2021, young athletes started suddenly collapsing with heart-related medical emergencies.
Since then, a staggering 1,884 cardiac arrests or other serious issues have been recorded among athletes.
Unfortunately, 1,310 of those athletes died suddenly.
by Megan Redshaw, Discern Report:
Because current regulatory guidelines either do not apply, do not mention RNA therapeutics, or do not have a widely accepted definition for these products, regulatory agencies adopted a modified and accelerated approval process for COVID-19 vaccines in the form of a “rolling review.”
A rolling review is a regulatory tool typically used during a public health emergency to speed up the assessment of data for medicines or vaccines. It allows data to be reviewed as it becomes available—without the complete data package or specific controls.