The Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans that a wave of pro-abortion violence could potentially last “for weeks,” as extremists across the country react to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
In a three-page memo, the DHS outlined the threat violent extremists now pose to federal and state officials, particularly judges, as well as to ordinary Americans.
“Some domestic violent extremists (DVEs) will likely exploit the recent US Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V. Wade to intensify violence against a wide range of targets,” the DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis wrote in the memo.
A large protest outside of the Arizona state capitol threatened to breach the entryway, trapping senators inside until heavily armed police were able to disperse the crowd with tear gas.
The protest was in response to the Supreme Court releasing a ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade and sent the power to regulate abortions back to the states. The angry mob tried to enter the building by breaking windows and pushing down doors.
Local law enforcement ordered the senators inside the building to shelter in place, telling them not to exit. The lawmakers moved to an interior room where the people’s business continued as votes were held on proposed legislation. One such vote included an expansion of the state’s school voucher system.
A bipartisan bill introduced on June 13 designed to protect American manufacturing in industries vital to national security is being opposed by major corporations and trade groups with interests in China.
The Bipartisan Innovation Act (BIA) would require companies based in the U.S. to disclose their plans to develop products inside China or other “foreign adversaries” that implicate national security. Covered products would include drones, other military products, and pharmaceuticals.
A federal agency would be empowered to vet and block foreign investments that would be deemed harmful to American security.
The U.S.-China Business Council (USCBC) is a trade organization with over 250 corporate members and opposes the BIA. Senior Director Douglas K. Barry told the Daily Caller that the legislation will “lead to regulatory uncertainty which will paralyze companies.” He also said the BIA will harm weakened U.S. supply chains.
Former Trump administration Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clark was the subject of an early Wednesday morning FBI raid at his Northern Virginia home.
He appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News Thursday evening to discuss how he was forced outside of his home in his pajamas while 12 FBI agents and two Fairfax County officers ransacked his house using an “electronic sniffer dog” and seized his personal electronic equipment.
Clark described the search as part of a nationwide “Stasi-like” raid on Republicans who helped President Trump investigate the wrongdoing involved in the 2020 election. He told Carlson the nationwide effort is “highly politicized” and involved simultaneous searches in multiple states where electronics were seized.
Clark told Carlson that he increasingly does not “recognize the country anymore.”
It has been an entire year since John McAfee died - allegedly by suicide - in a Spanish prison and since that day, authorities have refused to release his body.
Since his death last June, the internet has abounded with conspiracy theories over how John McAfee died. Adding fuel to the conspiracy fire was the fact that the Spanish government — who was holding him on charges of tax evasion to be extradited to the United States — has held his body and refused to allow the family to see it.
After suspiciously holding his body for 7 months, in February, a Spanish court ruled that McAfee took his own life. This ruling by the judge confirmed the findings of the original autopsy which declared his death a suicide.
As she did with the original ruling, McAfee’s widow, Janice McAfee has appealed the ruling, insisting her husband was murdered.
Russia’s Ministry of Defense reported on Monday that it successfully carried out a missile strike on a rocket manufacturing plant in Kiev, which was being used to produce ammunition for multiple launch rocket systems.
The strike was carried out on Sunday with four high precision missiles, all of which reached the Artyom rocket-manufacturing plant, located in the Shevchenkovskiy district of Kiev, without damaging civilian infrastructure in the city, the ministry reports.
The authorities in Kiev reportedly tried to intercept the Russian high precision missiles using anti-aircraft weapons stationed around the city, including S-300 and Buk M1 anti-aircraft missile systems, which reportedly launched 10 rockets during the strike.
The ministry also noted that due to the apparent lack of communication between the anti-aircraft defense systems located in the city, two S-300 rockets were shot down by Ukrainian Buks, one of which fell on a residential building.
Western media outlets, including NPR and AP, reported on Sunday that it was Russian missiles that fell on “at least two” apartment buildings in the Ukrainian capital, according to Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko, who called the attack symbolic, ahead of this week’s NATO summit in Madrid.
Klitschko wrote on his Telegram channel on Sunday that one person died and four people were hospitalized as a result of the incident, while 24 other residents were evacuated from the building.
A spokesperson for the Ukrainian Air Force claimed that Russian aircraft had launched up to six missiles at Kiev on Sunday and that two of them were intercepted mid-air.
In recent commentary reacting to the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, prominent CNN pundit and co-host of The View Ana Navarro "shocked" by bluntly suggesting live on air that some of her own special needs family members, her brother included, should have been... well, we'll let her say it:
"I am not anybody to tell you what you need to do with your life or with your uterus." She then mentioned special needs people in her family, saying, "I have a family with a lot of special needs kids. I have a brother who's 57 and has the mental and motor skills of a one-year-old. And I know what that means financially, emotionally, physically for a family. And I know not all families can do it."
She also spoke of her "step-granddaughter who was born with Down syndrome" and her "step-grandson who is very autistic, who has autism..."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating a large, ongoing outbreak in the state of Florida. The outbreak is said to be a “rare disease.”
The spread of meningococcal among homosexual males, including those with HIV, in Florida, is ongoing. But there’s a solution, and the ruling class wants everyone to take more shots. Did they not get enough compliance with the COVID-19 injection scam?
“Getting vaccinated against meningococcal disease is the best way to prevent this serious illness, which can quickly become deadly,” said Jose R. Romero, the head of the CDC’s immunization and respiratory disease division, in the release.
“Because of the outbreak in Florida,” he added, ”and the number of Pride events being held across the state in coming weeks, it’s important” that homosexual men get the vaccine. –The Epoch Times
The Florida Department of Health in Leon County (DOH Leon) is investigating three confirmed cases of meningococcal disease in individuals in Tallahassee aged 18 to 22. This is a serious disease caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. However, it is preventable and treatable. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect against meningococcal disease, according to the ruling class’ own website.
America’s largest reservoir is drying up fast, which could make states like Nevada, Arizona and California, and parts of Mexico, no longer livable in the not-too-distant future.
Lake Mead, which generates just under 40 percent of Las Vegas’ power supply via the Hoover Dam, currently sits at just under 1,044 feet. It is less than 150 feet away from becoming a “dead pool,” meaning no more water flowing through the Hoover Dam and no more electricity or water for every Southwestern city that relies on this resource for sustenance.
Since the beginning of March, Lake Mead has dropped by more than 23 feet, which is astounding considering its massive size – from one end to the other, Lake Mead stretches 120 miles. It turns out that Lake Mead has been dropping for many years.
Currently, the lake is at its lowest point ever since being filled nearly a century ago. And year after year, it drops continually lower due to prolonged drought conditions and possibly other factors.
The starving and hungry people of collapsing Sri Lanks have been rioting over the cost of food and lack of energy. As if things couldn’t get worse, the ruling class has taken to gunning down those who stand against being ruled.
People are starving and are without gas or electricity, and now they are rioting as a society completely collapses. To make matters worse, the military is gunning people down. This is a glimpse into the future here if the rulers of Western countries continue. Once they collapse it around us, we will be the ones starving while the government makes sure it can remain intact and functional. That means we’ll still get stolen from and be forced at the barrel of the fun to comply with whatever they say.
According to a report by StrangeSounds, troops fired in Visuvamadu, 365 kilometers (228 miles) north of Colombo, on Saturday night as their guard point was pelted with stones, army spokesman Nilantha Premaratne said. “A group of 20 to 30 people pelted stones and damaged an army truck,” Premaratne told the Associated FreePress.
Police said four civilians and three soldiers were wounded when the army opened fire for the first time to quell unrest linked to the worsening economic crisis.
As the pump ran out of petrol, motorists began to protest and the situation escalated into a clash with troops, police said. -Strange Sounds
Abortion was a hot-button matter on Friday night's episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, with the HBO host stating Americans are "living in two different countries" after the Supreme Court voted to overturn its landmark choice giving Americans the right to an abortion.
Bill Maher started his panel discussion with Andrew Sullivan, a blogger for The Weekly Dish, and Katie Herzog, cohost of the podcast Blocked and Reported, by declaring that Republicans "played the long game" to get Roe v Wade overturned.
Earlier this month, a report surfaced that former ransomware group Conti had split up, with many members of the collective joining or creating new adversary factions and why that made these former members more dangerous than ever. As of today, this may have become a reality. A new ransomware group by the name of Black Basta has become notable in the ransomware game, having formed in April 2022 and believed to be made up of former Conti and REvil members.
The current members of Conti dispute sharing any involvement with the new group however, saying that the Black Basta group are simply “kids” according to Conti’s hacking forum.
Findings released today by XDR company Cybereason detail the activities of this new gang, along with ways that both companies and individuals can attempt to remain safe against the activities of this newly-formed group.
Days before the Court rocked liberals by ruling that the Constitution permits individuals to carry a gun to protect themselves and then followed that up by overturning the Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion the Texas Republican Party’s platform called for nullifying the 2015 decision that allowed same-sex marriage.
President Joe Biden on Saturday signed into law the first major federal gun reform in three decades, days following a decision he condemned by the Supreme Court expanding firearm owners' rights.
"God willing, it's going to save a lot of lives," Biden announced at the White House after signing the bill with his wife Jill by his side.
The bipartisan bill came together only weeks after mass shootings in Uvalde and Buffalo that slew over 30 people, including 19 children at an elementary school.
The law includes provisions to assist states in keeping guns out of the hands of those regarded a danger to themselves or others.
The reform came the same week as the Supreme Court expanded gun owners' rights, stating on Thursday for the first time that the U.S. Constitution protected an individual's ability to carry a handgun in public for self-defense.
"The Supreme Court has made some terrible
decisions," Biden said to reporters after that ruling, and another on Friday that eliminated the right to abortion nationwide.
Project Veritas on Sunday released leaked audio of a Democrat US Senate candidate’s phone call with an inmate at Perry Correctional Institution calling for “secret sleepers” to infiltrate the South Carolina Republican party.
“We need some secret sleepers. Like you need them to run as the other side, even though they for our side. And we need them to win,” Krystle Matthews, a Democrat South Carolina State Rep. running for US Senate said in the leaked audio. “We need people to run as Republicans in these local elections. This is the only way you’re gonna change the dynamics in South Carolina.”
“We can wreak havoc for real from the inside out. Then we can flip some sh*t from the inside out.”
Matthews advocated for illegally funding her campaign.
“And I still gotta struggle to raise money for my campaign?” she said. “Where the f*ck is my black people with money? I don’t care about no dope money! Give me that dope boy money!” she said.
“Where the duffel bag boys?”
In a society that vilifies whiteness, anything too white must immediately be deemed illegitimate.
Regardless of the good it does for humanity, if the endeavor is too white, it is axiomatically wrong.
[Citizen science volunteers are almost entirely white, The Conversation, June 22, 2022]:
Every day, volunteers around the world contribute to scientific studies through “citizen science.” Citizen science can be anything from counting migrating birds to measuring precipitation or even tracking outbreaks of COVID-19. Citizen science helps researchers collect more data than they could working on their own. The people who participate in these projects also benefit by gaining knowledge about the fields they are working in and learning skills.
We are two researcherswho study biology, the environment and the role of citizen science in these fields. In a new paper published on June 22, 2022, in BioScience, we used survey data from 2016 to 2019 to better understand the demographics of citizen scientists.
A few small studies have found that citizen science volunteers tend to be white, well-educated and have high incomes. But this homogeneity of participants is common knowledge among researchers, and few collect detailed demographic data on participants in citizen science.
In our survey, we collected data about race, income and other demographic information. Overall, we received 3,894 responses. Most of the responses – 3,191 – came from the 2016 Christmas Bird Count, the world’s longest-running bird-related citizen science project. Since 1900, thousands of people in the U.S. and abroad have counted birds around Christmas and reported the results to the Audubon Society.
We also collected data from 280 contributors to Candid Critters – a project that uses trail cameras to study wild mammals – and from 423 members of SciStarter.org, an online inventory of citizen science projects.
A fresh New York Times report has confirmed what many already suspected - that the CIA is still very active inside Ukraine - especially with training as well coordinating weapons among its Ukrainian allies. The Times report details "a stealthy network of commandos and spies rushing to provide weapons, intelligence and training," based on US and European intelligence officials with knowledge of the operations. The report says Ukrainian forces are reliant on this Western clandestine network "more than ever" while outgunned by the Russians.
This comes months after investigative journalist Zach Dorfman's bombshell expose in Yahoo News which detailed how a prior 8-year long CIA covert program to train Ukrainian fighters helped provoke the Russian invasion. The only question that remained after that March report was the extent to which the CIA was still active in the ongoing fight against the invading Russians.
The new Times reporting confirms that the US program is not only active and ongoing, but appears larger in scale than previously thought given the CIA's close cooperation with the Ukrainians is happening both inside and outside the country, across multiple locations.
"Much of this work happens outside Ukraine, at bases in Germany, France and Britain, for example. But even as the Biden administration has declared it will not deploy American troops to Ukraine, some C.I.A. personnel have continued to operate in the country secretly, mostly in the capital, Kyiv, directing much of the vast amounts of intelligence the United States is sharing with Ukrainian forces, according to current and former officials," the report indicates.
It appears much the CIA's work in Ukraine is centered on coordinating intelligence with local intel services and counterparts. "Few other details have emerged about what the C.I.A. personnel or the commandos are doing, but their presence in the country — on top of the diplomatic staff members who returned after Russia gave up its siege of Kyiv — hints at the scale of the secretive effort to assist Ukraine that is underway and the risks that Washington and its allies are taking," NY Times continues.
In the days and weeks after George Floyd’s fentanyl overdose, America’s universities proudly proclaimed an imminent “racial reckoning” on campus. “Diversity,” understood in a very specific way, became the top objective. Harvard’s university press published books on how to eliminate schools that were “too white.” Activists demanded the abolition of “white supremacist” standardized tests, and dozens of schools swiftly complied.
Two years have passed. Last fall, American colleges welcomed their first 100% post-George Floyd classes, and the results are clear: At one elite school after another, ordinary white Americans are being treated as academia’s “undesirables” and are slowly being cleansed out.
On June 13, University of Chicago freshman Daniel Schmidt posted a Twitter thread that quickly went viral. The thread described the class profile of the school he was attending.
Summer blackouts during heat waves could be deadly. Many people relying on air conditioners running off electricity may find themselves in intense and even deadly situations.
Experts say that the electrical power grid is strained and the United States is expected to suffer from rolling blackouts this summer.
CNN recently reported that NERC, a regulating authority that oversees the health of the nation’s electrical infrastructure, says in its 2022 Summer Reliability Assessment that extreme temperatures and ongoing drought could cause the power grid to buckle. High temperatures, the agency warns, will cause the demand for electricity to rise. Meanwhile, drought conditions will lower the amount of power available to meet that demand.
“Industry prepares its equipment and operators for challenging summer conditions. Persistent, extreme drought and its accompanying weather patterns, however, are out of the ordinary and tend to create extra stresses on electricity supply and demand,” said Mark Olson, NERC’s manager of Reliability Assessments.
Last week, on June 23, a United States government agency under the name Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, better known as the Helsinki Commission, held a Congressional briefing titled “Decolonizing Russia”. Democrat representative from Tennessee (D-TN) Steve Cohen opened up the presentation, during which he claimed that the Russians “have in essence colonized their own country,” arguing that Russia is “not a strict nation, in the sense that we’ve known in the past.” Casey Michel, who authored an opinion piece in The Atlantic last month, titled “Decolonize Russia”, was also present at the meeting. His op-ed seems to have been the impetus for the highly controversial briefing. According to Michel, “decolonizing Russia” is not solely about “partitioning” and “dismembering” the Russian Federation, but about an “authentic commitment to anti-imperialism.”
The panel discussion participants urged the US to give more support (clearly implying actual support currently exists already) to separatist movements inside Russia and in the diaspora, and specifically mentioned Chechnya, Tatarstan, Dagestan, and Circassia as the possible candidates for “decolonization”. Siberia was discussed separately and, according to the Commission, it is to be divided into several republics. During the (First) Cold War, the US, a premier imperialist power, sponsored numerous separatist groups inside the USSR. Thus, this is most certainly not the first time prominent figures in the political West have adopted a hard line towards the Russian Federation, seeking ways to dismantle the Eurasian giant, just as the political West did the same to Yugoslavia over 30 years ago.
What is significantly different nowadays is the blatantly open and public call to do so. Apart from being highly controversial and dangerous, as Russia isn’t yet another helpless country the political West can destroy and kill millions of its inhabitants with impunity, but a military superpower which can easily turn its rivals into a radioactive wasteland in minutes, to suggest Russia should be “decolonized” is exceptionally hypocritical, especially coming from the pillar of (neo)colonialism, the US itself. Since its unfortunate inception, the belligerent imperialist thalassocracy invaded and dismantled numerous countries, reducing them to rubble and turning them into almost perpetually failed states.
Russia on Sunday defaulted on its foreign debt for the first time since 1918 after the grace period on its $100 million payment expired, according to reports.
The $100 million interest payment deadline due to be met by the Kremlin had initially been set to May 27 but a 30-day grace period was triggered after investors failed to receive coupon payments due on both dollar and euro-denominated bonds.
Russia said that it had sent the money to Euroclear Bank SA, a bank that would then distribute the payment to investors.
But that payments allegedly got stuck there amid increased sanctions from the West on Moscow, according to Bloomberg, meaning creditors did not receive it.
Euroclear told the BBC that it adheres to all sanctions.
A 17-year-old girl’s escape from a sex trafficker who had held her captive for over a year was caught on a security camera in a busy Plano, Texas city center in what’s only the latest public episode of human trafficking to make headlines in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.
The video footage was recorded in broad daylight at Plano’s bustling Shops at Legacy, a popular urban shopping and entertainment center in January of 2021, and surfaced recently in the trial of a now-convicted human trafficker, Ricky Stevenson.
In the video, Stevenson can be seen stomping on the foot of his underaged white victim before punching her to the ground. Seconds later, Stevenson dragged her by her hair into the passenger side of his car, all in front of an eyewitness, who had appeared to start calling 911.
As Stevenson walked towards the driver’s side of his car, the young victim made an escape attempt, only to be thrown back into the vehicle and have the door slammed on her before jumping out of the car again and running towards a group of citizens who’d started trying to intervene.
After the girl finally freed herself, Stevenson, who had kidnapped and started sex trafficking her when she was only 16 years old, sped off. He was later caught and sentenced to 59 years in prison at trial on a number of felonies related to human trafficking, including sex crimes.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell admitted in a speech that the American dollar is at risk of losing its standing as the world’s preeminent currency. He made this admission as he pushed for the United States to create a digital currency that he said would preserve the dollar’s status.
Powell made this claim during a speech at the “International Roles of the U.S. Dollar” conference hosted by the Fed. Powell warned that America needs to develop its own central bank digital currency (CBDC) to compete with similar digital currency in other countries.
“Looking forward, rapid changes are taking place in the global monetary system that may affect the international role of the dollar in the future,” said Powell. “Most major economies already have or are in the process of developing instant, 24/7 payments… And in light of the tremendous growth in crypto-assets and stablecoins, the Federal Reserve is examining whether a U.S. CBDC could also potentially help maintain the dollar’s international standing.”
Josh Sigurdson, host of “World Alternative Media,” warned that the creation of an American CBDC is part of the modus operandi of the Great Reset agenda, and people should pay more attention to Powell’s admission that the dollar could collapse.
“It says a lot when the Fed chair is admitting that the U.S. dollar may possibly face being depegged as a world reserve currency,” he said. “Just even alluding to it slightly is something that never happens unless it is like the end of the line [for the dollar] … and if that happens, obviously, we’ll see hyperinflation.” (Related: Economist: America is about to enter next stage of inflation, which will be so much worse.)
In an attempt to encourage African nations to stop buying Russian fertilizer, the European Union developed a working plan that would help then develop their own fertilizer plants.
The draft, dated June 15 and prepared by aides of European Council President Charles Michel, was to be presented at a summit of EU leaders last week, however the EU Commission then "explicitly opposed the text," warning that supporting fertilizer production in developing nations was incompatible with their 'green' initiatives.
I sat down last weekend for a long chat with Alexander Mercouris of The Duran and Crypto Rich to discuss the rapidly evolving situation in Europe. Long time readers know that I’ve been handicapping the collapse of the European Union for years.
That idea isn’t based on my personal antipathy for Eurotrash commies and eugenicists, though it is quite large. In fact, the deeper we go into 2022 the more that antipathy rises to near unquenchable levels. The sheer arrogance and stupidity of Europe’s leadership is nothing short of breathtaking.
Today we are looking at a situation where an entire continent’s leadership is in the process of committing ritualistic suicide and yet is obsessed with portraying these self-inflicted wounds to the world as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s fault.
A common trait among all malignant narcissists is the inability to take any responsibility for their own actions, seeking to always shift blame onto someone else. You see this behavior in children. And it only manifests itself in adulthood because the parents refused to put any boundaries on the child or inflict any consequences on them.
Look at Europe’s leaders today and to a person, man or woman, there is not one shred of self-reflection or contrition. The problem is just as endemic here amongst the Davos-affiliated American leadership. Fungal President Joe Biden keep yammering on about the “Putin Price Hike” or blaming oil companies for not being patriotic enough to keep gas and diesel prices affordable for nearly every American.
But it was just a few weeks ago where these same people were telling us that we had to endure slightly higher prices at the pump to starve Russia and defend Ukraine.
Biden and his party apparatchiks simply can’t give this idea up as we’re now just over four months to the mid-term elections.