“Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.”  -- Henry Kissinger

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“I don’t think most people are aware of how possible it is to stop and reverse the current demographic changes occurring. A lot appear to have given up and accepted it as fate.

Posted on: Dec 02 21:30

In July, the UN Chief declared the ‘Era of global boiling has arrived’, in a year marked by heatwaves and wildfires. COP28, an important UN Climate Conference, is currently taking place in Dubai, where world leaders will come together to discuss the urgent action needed.

Posted on: Dec 02 20:57

Heavy winds and snow have hit parts of New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio, spawning travel chaos and leaving behind a winter wonderland.

"Global boiling"

Posted on: Dec 02 20:56

At least 14 people died due to extreme weather conditions as a winter storm lashed parts of Russia and Ukraine, knocking out power from hundreds and thousands of households.

"Global boiling"

Posted on: Dec 02 20:53

Forecasts estimate that the population living in the provinces west to east will experience the second cold wave of the winter season from Tuesday to Friday, with drops in temperatures of up to 16C reaching minimums of -30C in some areas of Inner Mon

"Global boiling"


Posted on: Dec 02 20:52

The county's emergency services are engaged in a multi-agency response as heavy snow wreaks havoc on their road service - with vehicles stuck in the south of the Lake District.

Julie Coldwell, who lives in the lakes, says more than 100 cars have been ditched near Windermere as she posted on social media that 'It's awful here'.

It comes as temperatures could drop to minus 12C overnight, as forecasters warned that 10-15cm of snow is possible in some areas on Saturday.

"Global boiling"

Posted on: Dec 02 20:50

Train and flight cancellations caused disruption to travellers in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic after heavy snow hit parts of Europe.

The German weather service has estimated that 30-40cm of snow could fall by Saturday evening and there are reports of numerous transport accidents and traffic jams on icy roads in the region.

"Global boiling"

Posted on: Dec 02 20:49

Ukie bros, I don’t feel so good...

Posted on: Dec 02 19:46

The UN: Israel bombardment is “the darkest chapter in Palestinian history.” and yet, the UN can not pass a ceasefire resolution.

Posted on: Dec 02 19:44

No one can afford mortgages except the rich. Even upper middle class people can’t afford them now. It’s ridiculous.

Posted on: Dec 02 19:43

Have you ever wondered how NASA updates Voyager's software from 15 billion miles away? Or how Voyager's memories are stored? In this video, we dive deeper into the incredible story of how a small team of engineers managed to keep Voyager alive, as well as how NASA could perform a software update on a computer that's been cruising through space for almost half a century.

Posted on: Dec 02 18:14

Although exorcism may often be associated with horror movies and the distant past, it remains a practice in the Catholic Church today. Father Gabriel Amorth, the Vatican's former chief exorcist, served in this role for an impressive 60 years and is estimated to have performed approximately 160,000 exorcisms during his tenure. It is worth noting that the exorcism ritual is not limited to Father Amorth alone; Various Popes throughout history have also performed exorcisms. In fact, in 2018, the Vatican hosted an annual workshop where 250 priests from around the world gathered for this purpose, as the BBC reported.

Posted on: Dec 02 16:31

The picture "Soviet Flag on the Reichstag" is full of symbolism and represents a historical moment. Built in 1894, the Reichstag's architecture was magnificent for its time.


The building contributed greatly to German history and the Red Army considered it a symbol of its enemy. The Soviets finally captured the Reichstag on 2 May 1945.


Next to Joe Rosenthal's photograph of the flag being raised on Iwo Jima, Yevgeny Khaldei's photograph of Soviet soldiers raising the flag on top of the Reichstag building in Berlin is perhaps the most famous photograph of World War II. But unlike the Iwo Jima photo, Khaldei's Reichstag photo was both staged and doctored.


Khaldei's photograph was directly inspired by Rosenthal's Iwo Jima photograph. Mindful of the publicity the Iwo Jima photo had received, Soviet officials (perhaps Stalin himself) ordered Khaldei to fly from Moscow to Berlin to take a similar photo that would symbolize the Soviet victory over Germany. Khaldei took with him a large flag, which his uncle had stitched from three tablecloths for the purpose.

Posted on: Dec 02 16:21

Born in Sweden and raised in the United States, she enthralled audiences with her magnetic presence in the entertainment world.


But it wasn't just his acting ability that thrilled; It was her versatility – an actress, singer and dancer – that established her as an icon.


His singing and acting career has spanned seven decades, starting in 1961. Initially, she was presented as a female version of Elvis Presley.


She has a sultry, lively contralto voice. They had a Top 20 hit song in 1961 and a charting album in 1964, and they had a disco hit in 1979.

Posted on: Dec 02 16:11

In an era of political rigidity, the women of the Soviet Union discovered a remarkable way of infusing a distinctive charm into style, creating a unique and surprisingly beautiful fashion.


In previous generations, fashion was not a focal point for Soviet thinkers and was often seen by these circles as an "anomaly in socialism".


However, at the turn of the Second World War, during the Khrushchev Thaw, officials became aware of fashion as a 'natural force' in society; Especially as more women became interested in wearing nice clothes.


Therefore, fashion became a medium through which the Soviet government, primarily, wanted to reconstruct the war-torn nation and revive efforts to foster pro-Party sentiment.


The symbol of the "New Soviet People" would thus emerge after the war, with young youth helping to create a modernist image of a new communist utopia and later helping to fight counterculture movements such as Stygian from the pop-cultural front.

Posted on: Dec 02 16:09

Although on the surface Dublin remained moderately prosperous, beneath it was deteriorating. The city had some of the worst slums in Europe.


Infant and child mortality was unusually high, with tuberculosis a particular scourge; Cleanliness and sanitation were practically non-existent.


An investigation in 1910 revealed that 20,000 families were living in just one room.


A two-week survey of 22 public houses or taverns revealed that among the customers were more than 46,000 women and 28,000 children.

Posted on: Dec 02 15:54

In the 1960s, the motto for hair was quite clear: "Go big or go home!"


Celebrities like Dolly Parton, Priscilla Presley, and Brigitte Bardot all sported voluminous hairstyles that made them look effortlessly fabulous.


But let's face it, not everyone took advantage of this trend. Some attempts at 1960s hairstyles are best left in the past.


To achieve those lofty styles, people drenched their hair in hairspray, turning bedtime into a nightmare.


Despite the struggles, these extraordinary hairstyles became very popular, symbolizing the rebellious and adventurous spirit of the time.


Posted on: Dec 02 15:50

 In this collection of actors, musicians, and general celebrities who are lending their support to Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential election, we'll shine a light on some notable individuals who have spoken out to the public while recognizing the importance of their influential voices in shaping the political landscape. Has formally supported Biden's candidacy. ,

Posted on: Dec 02 14:06

There was a distinct change in men's hairstyles in the 1940s, influenced by the impact of World War II. The prevailing styles embraced practicality and neatness.


Short, thin sides with long tops became popular, reflecting the military-inspired cuts of the time.


The "Ivy League" haircut, with shorter sides and a slightly longer top, gained popularity, often associated with sophistication and academic circles.


Additionally, the pompadour emerged as a stylish option that epitomized gentle elegance with its slicked-back top and defined side parts, adopted by Hollywood icons and fashion-conscious people.

Posted on: Dec 02 14:04

 Pop culture fans rejoice! This collection of groovy-era photos like you've never seen before will not only remind you of the good old days of skateboards, boomboxes, and Happy Days, but will also give you some behind-the-scenes tidbits and facts you never knew . About your favorite film and television stars, the biggest movies, the hottest trends, and the hottest singers. You might learn some things about the sixties, seventies, and eighties that you never knew before.

Posted on: Dec 02 14:00

 Born on October 25, 1881 in the picturesque city of Málaga, Spain, Picasso emerged as a prodigy who left an indelible mark on the art world. His journey through the decades was no less than a rollercoaster, involving innovation, experimentation and a constant pursuit of creative expression. We'll witness the evolution of Picasso's talent, from the colorful streets of Barcelona to the bustling art scene of Paris, as we delve deeper into the extraordinary life and prolific work of this iconic artist.


Picasso's artistic journey spanned seven remarkable decades, during which he created an astonishing 50,000 artworks, including paintings, sculptures, ceramics and more. With a restless spirit and an insatiable appetite for artistic exploration, he refused to be limited to a single style or medium, crossing traditional boundaries with every brushstroke.


Picasso's life was not a mere chronicle of his artistic endeavors. His personal life was equally interesting, featuring tumultuous love affairs, friendships with other luminaries such as Georges Braque and Gertrude Stein, and his unwavering passion for the creative process. Picasso's art and life are intertwined in a dance of inspiration and revelation, and his influence echoes through generations of artists, making him an enduring symbol of artistic liberation.

Posted on: Dec 02 13:56

 Forget what you learned in history books. Often they tell only one side of a nuanced story. The rare finds collected here show an aspect of history that we rarely get to see. They peel back the layers of the stories we think we know to reveal little-known facts that make history more fascinating. If you're ready to see a different side of history than what you already know, click ahead...the truth is waiting for you!


Posted on: Dec 02 13:45
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Posted on: Dec 02 12:49