BLM Activist Bought $40K Dog With Donor Money…

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Shaun King spent over $40,000 taken from Black Lives Matter donor money on a dog for security, initially claiming the fee paid from his PAC Grassroots Law was for “contractor services.” Continue reading “BLM Activist Bought $40K Dog With Donor Money…”

Moscow Best City in the World for Quality of Living and Infrastructure – UN

The United Nations Human Settlements Programme ha

RT News – The United Nations Human Settlements Programme has compiled a comprehensive rating of the world’s 50 biggest cities – finding the Russian capital to be one of the top metropolises in the world.
Moscow was given top grades in term of Infrastructure development and overall quality of life.
Alongside Toronto and Singapore, Moscow was also determined to be one of the three most prosperous cities in the entire world.

NSA Breached Own Policy Procedures for Americans’ Privacy..

The National Security Agency failed to follow internal policies while accessing sensitive data on American citizens, a report to Congress has unveiled. (The Hill)
The Office of the Inspector General slammed the NSA for its use of one section of the Foreign Intelligence and Surveillance Act.
The agency failed to follow “procedural and policy requirements” which “revealed a number of concerns” about how the NSA targeted US citizens.
Quick Snowden movie anyone?

Dutch Gynecologist Used Own Sperm to Father Potentially Dozens of Children..

Jos Beek has conceived at least 21 children and potentially dozens more using his sperm – after prospective mothers turned to him for fertility treatment. (The Guardian)
Beek worked between 1973 and 1998 at Elisabeth Hospital in Leiderdorp, and died in 2019.
Hospital directors issued a statement as an investigation is ongoing saying, “We are very shocked by this. This has a significant impact on the parents and children involved.”

“Alien” Hammerhead Worms Begin to Conquer Europe & Parts of Africa.

RT News – Researches have spotted two species of the worms with their distinctive hammerhead in parts of Europe and Africa. (ZME Science)
They warn the invasive species could wreak havoc on soil biodiversity.
“All land flatworms are predators… and, as such, can threaten the biodiversity and ecological balance of species in a soil,” a researcher said.

US economy to hit wall this year – experts warn..

US economy expands 5.7% in 2021, but Omicron hit looms ...

Analysts are predicting the US economy will slump this year after 2021’s 37-year high growth – as stimulus spending drops, Federal Reserve interest rates are hiked, and Covid variants continue to plague supply chains.
Former Economic Council chief under Donald Trump, Joseph LaVorgna, told CNBC that “it’s not a recession, but it will be if the Fed gets too aggressive”.
Goldman Sachs and Bank of America have trimmed their first-quarter GDP outlooks from 2% and 4% to just 0.5% and 1% respectively, with its full-year view pitched at 3.2% and 3.6%.

VIDEO – Mass Restaurant Brawl Kicks Off Over Steak Shortage

A massive melee involving dozens of people in Pennsylvania’s Bensalem at a Golden Corral restaurant has been posted on social media this week.
US law enforcement said more than 40 people were involved in in the brawl, which started after a customer got angry that the buffet ran out of steak, accusing another group of cutting the queue, according to an employee at the branch. (CBS) Continue reading “VIDEO – Mass Restaurant Brawl Kicks Off Over Steak Shortage”

VIDEO – ‘MEGAFLASH’: World-record lightning bolt stretches 477 miles across 3 US states..

‘MEGAFLASH’: World-record lightning bolt stretches 477 miles across 3 US states
Meteorologists have confirmed this week that a massive bolt of lightning that blitzed across Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi in April 2020 struck 477.2 miles.
They also found that a bolt in Argentina and Uruguay in 2020 was the longest-lasting at 17.3 seconds – both world records.

Video – https://rumble.com/vtwplb-megaflash-world-record-lightning-bolt-stretches

Djokovic debacle exposes Australia’s xenophobic policies…

Supporters of Novak Djokovic angered at the detention of the Serbian tennis star in Australia take part in a protest in Vienna on Saturday. | AFP-JIJI

COVID-19 pandemic has shown how the leaders in Canberra really feel about foreigners entering the country

Australia’s tough border laws have been the envy of conservative governments around the world. But this time, those regulations — the ones that put a hold on the grand slam ambitions of the men’s No. 1 tennis player, Novak Djokovic — have collided with the country’s pandemic restrictions and a global sporting event. It’s produced a political firestorm that’s burning from Belgrade to Canberra.

Continue reading “Djokovic debacle exposes Australia’s xenophobic policies…”

France Fines Google, Facebook US$238 Million Over Privacy Violating Tracking Cookies

Tracking Cookies

The Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), France’s data protection watchdog, has slapped Facebook (now Meta Platforms) and Google with fines of €150 million ($170 million) and €60 million ($68 million) for violating E.U. privacy rules by failing to provide users with an easy option to reject cookie tracking technology.

Article: https://thehackernews.com/2022/01/france-fines-google-facebook

Video – UK Group That Includes Former Pfizer VP Dr. Michael Yeadon Files Complaint in International Court For Crimes Against Humanity Against Gates, Fauci, Schwab, & Others

A group of UK activists including Former Pfizer VP Dr. Michael Yeadon has filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) on behalf of UK citizens against high-profile names for crimes against humanity. Continue reading “Video – UK Group That Includes Former Pfizer VP Dr. Michael Yeadon Files Complaint in International Court For Crimes Against Humanity Against Gates, Fauci, Schwab, & Others”

Telegram Becomes Fastest Growing App of 2021

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Telegram’s creator Pavel Durov (https://t.me/durov/173) revealed the news on his channel Tuesday – the platform receiving the greatest number of active users among all other mobile apps in the world in 2021, based on data by Appannie.

Durov himself attributed Telegram’s success to users “choosing privacy” among the notable shifts in content moderation and privacy policies that many social media giants implemented this year.

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