Monday, July 4, 2022

China orders crackdown on independent journalists that criticize financial policy

by Will Henney, Reclaim The Net:

A new wave of censorship.

Independent journalists are being maligned all over the world. But, while in the West social media platforms have taken it upon themselves to boost mainstream outlets at the expense of independent journalists, in China the suppression of citizen journalists is mandated by the government.

Beijing has tightened restrictions on internet content yet again with a campaign to condemn citizen journalists who counter the mainstream narratives and “misinterpret economic policies and forecast doom and gloom in financial markets.”

WATCH: Cops ‘Protect’ Beachgoers by Cuffing, Detaining 2 Women for Skimpy Bikinis

by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:

Myrtle Beach, SC — In South Carolina, according to their extreme laws, a man can violently rape his significant other and it is only considered illegal if the act involves a weapon or “highly aggravated” violence. If the victim waits more than 30 days, even if it involved a weapon or highly aggravated violence then she has no recourse. Continuing down the same misogynist road, in a move that echoes many laws in the terrorist nation of Saudi Arabia, South Carolina will also kidnap and cage women for wearing skimpy bikinis on the beach.

Family’s Farm Raided, the Animals Killed—for Rehabilitating Them Without a Permit

by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:

Petoskey, MI — A Michigan farm owner’s desire to help animals in need has landed her in jail and the animals she was helping, killed. Kei Ju Farm and Rescue owner Julie Hall did not pay the government for the proper permit before helping animals so officials arrested her and then killed her animals.

Because there is no animal rescue in Petoskey, for years, Hall has been rescuing both wild and domestic animals and nursing them back to health. She has years of experience in the field and has a farm where she carries out the rehabilitation. She was well-known in the community for providing this service.

National Guard Deployed At Nation’s Food Banks To Ensure Stability During Unprecedented Times

from Activist Post:

There is increasing evidence on social media that the National Guard has been deployed to the nation’s food banks to ensure food supply chain networks are not severed, and shortages do not materialize.

This comes at a challenging period for the country, one where 26.5 million people have filed for unemployment benefits in five weeks as the economy crashes into depression.

We have documented the unprecedented volume of Americans flooding food banks across the country in the last four weeks as a hunger crisis develops.

Several French journalists summoned by Macron’s security services, ‘warned’ about prison sentences

from RT:


A Le Monde journalist, the latest who was questioned by French security services, has refused to reveal her sources over stories she wrote exposing alleged corruption and cronyism in President Emmanuel Macron’s inner circle.

They asked me many questions on the manner in which I checked my information, which was an indirect way of asking me about my sources,” Ariane Chemin told AFP, adding that she declined to answer the implied question: “I explained that I only did my job as a journalist.

The Imperium Censorship of YouTube

from BATR:

When the 1948 masterpiece Imperium by Francis Parker Yockey becomes the focus of censorship by YouTube, you know that burying the memory hole has been accelerated to protect the safe space for anyone who cannot handle the truth. The fear that people might wake-up and start educating oneself motivates the shadow banning of any historic account that conflicts with the purity of an official narrative. That is why, Imperium the foe of the NWO, must be silenced. Yockey reflected an account of yesteryear that would get one expelled from those echo chambers of accepted culture.

Stunner! Male cops can now strip-search females, on one condition

from WND:

‘This is a devastating blow to women’s trust in the police’

In the latest stunner from the transgender agenda sweeping across large parts of the free world, a ruling has been issued in the United Kingdom that male police officers now are being allowed to strip-search female suspects.

If the officer “identifies” as female.

Thousands of Innocent People Being Rounded Up & Jailed for Being Unable to Pay PRIVATE Debts

by Rachel Blevins, The Free Thought Project:

In a highly illegal practice, breaking several national and state laws against jailing people over private debts, thousands of people are being kidnapped and caged after being turned over to collection agencies.

(RT) An estimated 77 million Americans have a debt that has been transferred to a private collection agency. Thousands have ended up in jail over debts as small as $28, with African-Americans and Hispanics the most affected.

The findings come from a new report by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) spanning 26 states and Puerto Rico, published on Wednesday. The practice violates many US state and federal laws, which prohibit the jailing of debtors.

In one case cited in the report, a disabled woman who wears a prosthetic leg was shackled by her waist and feet by two armed US marshals before being put in jail overnight.

They had a warrant for my arrest and I asked them for what, he didn’t say what it was for. He said, ‘He’ll tell you later,’” said Tracie Mozie of Dickinson, Texas.

Law enforcement officials had entered Mozie’s bedroom to arrest her over a $1,500 federal student loan she took out in 1986 to pay for truck-driving school. The loan had mushroomed to $13,000 with interest and fees. Monzie was unable to pay because she is unemployed and lives on disability benefits.

The ACLU examined more than 1,000 cases in which civil court judges issued arrest warrants for debtors. In some instances the amounts were as small as $28. Letters were sent over bounced checks as low as $2, the ACLU found.

The report is the first ever to analyze the cooperation between courts and the private debt collection industry across the US, according to the ACLU. Private debt collectors use the criminal justice system to try to compel repayments, even when the debts are disputed or when the debtor cannot repay.  More than 6,000 debt collection firms operate in the United States, collecting billions of dollars each year.

Following their arrest, debtors may remain in jail for several days until they can pay the bail. In some cases, the ACLU found some people were locked up for as long as two weeks.

This practice violates the many state and federal laws as well as international human rights standards that prohibit the jailing of debtors.

The report finds that the long-term consequences of arrests for both courts and people can be profound and scarring. Arrest warrants can be entered into background check databases which mean they can jeopardize future employment, housing applications, education, and access to security clearances.

In one case in Maryland, an elderly couple were jailed because they did not appear at a district court hearing for which they had never been served notice. Isaac, 83, and his wife Doris owed $2,342.76 to their homeowners’ association and $450 in attorney’s fees. They had never been served with notice of the hearing, which had itself been scheduled because they failed to appear at a post-judgment proceeding for which they also had never been served. While in detention, Isaac began vomiting blood and became non-responsive, according to the report.

Read More @ TheFreeThoughtProject.com

Arizona Gov Is Granted the Right to Forcibly Vaccinate and Indefintely Confine Indiviudals With Absolutely No Legal Oversight

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

Recently, Arkansas, alleged CV-19 victims, were transported what I would call a FEMA medical martial law facility. This is not an isolated incident. Arizona has granted governor, Doug Ducey, the authority to create, operate and maintain concentration camps.  The camps are allegedly for a deadly pathogen from which quarantine is determined to needed. Yet, it is the governor that makes that determination, not a health board nor the State Legislature. This is the create of a medical martial law dictatorship. It follows the HHS guidelines for ESF#8-14. Celeste Solum and myself have done an interview on this precise issue.