Friday, July 1, 2022

Poll: Plurality of Americans Say Inflation Will Be ‘Worse’ in 6 Months

by Hannah Bleau, Breitbart:

A plurality of Americans expect inflation to worsen over the course of the next six months, a survey from YouGov/The Economist found.

This week, the Labor Department revealed that U.S. inflation jumped 8.5 percent over the course of the last year — the highest increase since 1981. Americans have been feeling the change at the grocery store and gas pump, as many say increased prices have forced them to change their behaviors, even cutting back on groceries in order to pay for gas in President Biden’s America. And according to the latest YouGov/The Economist survey, many expect it to only get worse.

WaPo: D.C. Council Approves Bill Allowing Children to Get Vaccines Without Parents’ Consent

by Erin Elizabeth, Health Nut News:

The D.C. Council has approved a bill giving children eleven and older the option to receive vaccines without their parents’ approval.

Under the legislation, if a doctor determines that a minor is capable of informed consent, they would be able to seek government-recommended vaccinations their parents object to on religious grounds. They could also get vaccinated against the human papillomavirus. HPV is suggested for older children but is opposed by some parents because the virus is sexually transmitted, and they oppose their teenagers having sex.

Hospitals Use Experian’s Secret Credit Scores To Determine Who Will Receive Medical Care

by MassPrivateI, Activist Post:

3,100 hospitals and healthcare systems are now giving patients a secret credit score before they are seen or treated. (See the video below.)

Thousands of hospitals and healthcare providers use Experian’s “Patient Financial Clearance” system to determine who will receive medical care based on their ability to pay their bills.

Experian likes to use superfluous words to hide the fact that their system determines who will receive medical care based on a patient’s credit score.

Trudeau gov’t looking to create military propaganda organization to ‘influence’ how Canadians think

by Anthony Murdoch, LifeSite News:

‘The military has no business trying to influence public opinion in any way shape or form, and in fact, no government body does,’ said John Carpay, president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.

OTTAWA, Ontario, November 7, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Leaked documents show the Canadian Forces under the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are looking at using the country’s military to create an organization to shape the “attitudes, beliefs and behaviours of audiences.”

These Small Yet Vital Things Can Help You Survive the SHTF With Your Sanity Intact

by Fabian Ommar, The Organic Prepper:

Seeking comfort, convenience, and distraction during SHTF? Some might roll their eyes and think this is nonsense.  After all, all there is when SHTF are strategies, tactics, and challenging survival work, right?


Fortunately, there is more to be learned, experienced, and even shared that is not so challenging or tactical. 

Swiss Restaurants to Record Names, Addresses of Patrons For ‘Contact Tracing’

from InfoWars:

Eating and drinking establishments in Switzerland will be required to record the names, phone numbers, and addresses of all patrons as part of an “analog” coronavirus contact tracing system, the government has announced.

Swiss officials took residents by surprise last week when they declared plans to speed up the lifting of national lockdown protocols, revealing that bars and restaurants would be clear to resume operations over a month ahead of expected schedule.

Lawmakers want James Clapper prosecuted for surveillance testimony before statute of limitations runs out


from True Pundit:

Some lawmakers would like to see the Justice Department prosecute former spy chief James Clapper for inaccurate testimony to Congress about domestic surveillance before it’s too late.

Privacy-conscious critics say looming five-year statutes of limitation for perjury and making false statements — establishing a March 12 deadline for charges — make an urgent case for action, and that nonprosecution would set a dangerous precedent that impedes oversight and executive-branch accountability.

In an apology letter, Clapper wrote that he gave a “clearly erroneous” answer because he “simply didn’t think of” the call-record collection. But in an MSNBC interview he offered a different explanation, saying he gave the “least untruthful” answer because he was “asked a, ‘When are you going to stop beating your wife?’ kind of question, meaning not answerable necessarily by a simple yes or no.”

Lawmakers from both parties, but primarily Republicans supportive of new limits on surveillance, called for Clapper’s prosecution during the Obama administration, without success. Several renewed their calls as the deadline nears.

“The time for the Department of Justice and the FBI to bring the accusations against James Clapper in front of a grand jury is long overdue,” said Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas. “He and others who have held administrative power must be held accountable to the same laws that govern the people of the United States.”

“Yes, he should be prosecuted,” said Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky. “He admitted to lying to Congress and was unremorseful and flippant about it. The integrity of our federal government is at stake because his behavior sets the standard for the entire intelligence community. The same goes for James Comey, who secretly leaked documents that he was not legally permitted to release.” 

The head of the U.S. intelligence community under President Obama said on Tuesday that he was not aware of the former Trump campaign adviser who was recently reported to have been the catalyst for the FBI’s investigation into Trump campaign collusion.

In an interview on CNN, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that when he left his Obama administration job on Jan. 20, 2017, George Papadopoulos “was not a name on my radar scope.”

The admission is somewhat surprising given Papadopoulos’ purported importance to the Russia probe.

The 30-year-old energy consultant was identified in a New York Times article published over the weekend as a catalyst for the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation into possible Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government.

Is essence, Clapper admitting Papadopoulos was never on his radar is unwittingly an admission that the Obama-Era Intel apparatus used a FISA warrant(s) to spy on Trump and associates.

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Proof: Major Damage To Kids: Intentional Physical And Psychological Destruction

from Stew Peters Show:


Maduro Says Social Benefit Payments in Venezuela to Be Based on Cryptocurrency Value

from Sputnik News:

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says the government has approved using the Petro cryptocurrency as the basis for calculating social benefit payments, in order to tackle inflation.

In early March, the Central Bank of Venezuela said it would introduce three new banknotes – 200,000, 500,000, and 1 million bolivars – amid the hyperinflation. Last year’s inflation in the country amounted to 2,959.8 percent.

“I can announce today a proposal that I have approved … which is to ‘Petrolize’ the social benefits of public workers of the central, the decentralized administration and of the state public companies,” Maduro said on Saturday, during a televised speech dedicated to International Worker’s Day.

Cults Are Labs for Controlling the General Public

from Amazing Polly:

Bombshell: “Ballot traffickers” caught on video emptying backpacks of ballots into Georgia drop boxes in middle of night

by JD Heyes, via DC Clothesline:

Investigators looking into voter fraud allegations in Georgia, one of several key battleground states Donald Trump supposedly ‘lost’ in November, are about to drop bombshell video they say will prove beyond any doubt that at least The Peach State was stolen from the former president.

Talk show host John Fredericks joined “War Room” with Steve Bannon this week to discuss an operation he says involved a couple hundred “ballot traffickers” who “emptied backpacks” full of ballots into collection boxes in the middle of the night, which was highly illegal even under previous Georgia election law before the state passed voter reforms earlier this year.

“What we’ve uncovered, about to break in Georgia, is, all hell’s gonna break loose,” Fredricks told Bannon, Trump’s former top political adviser.

U.N. Chief Guterres Declares 2021 International Year of Fruits and Vegetables

by Simon Kent, Breitbart:

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday expressed disappointment the world is not eating enough greens. To that end, he declared 2021 as the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables to encourage people to stay longer at the meal table and eat properly.

In a message launching the campaign, the Portuguese socialist despaired that despite the “tremendous benefits of fruits and vegetables” and the work already done by the U.N. to encourage their consumption, “we do not consume enough of them.” He said:

No One Hates Free Markets Like the Banksters

by James Corbett, The International Forecaster:

It’s no secret that governments hate the free market. At its base, every single government tax, license, regulation and restriction is an implicit rebuke of the idea that humans should be able to interact freely with those around them.

This is old news to my long-term readers, but it bears repeating because many have been duped by the purveyors of socialist dogma to believe that free interactions between sovereign individuals is a scourge that must be eradicated. Because, you see, the fact that food, clothing, shelter, health care and the means of production don’t magically rain from the sky into the lap of every person on the planet means that any attempt to exchange your skills and services with another in return for compensation is slavery. (No, this is not an analogy, it’s LITERAL SLAVERY, guys!)