"Any ruler who decides to start a war has made the conscious decision to send a million of his own people to their deaths, for his own profit." -- Michael Rivero

Bidgear ad




Ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan says a draft General Assembly resolution recognizing the Palestinians as qualified to become a full UN member goes against the founding UN Charter, and would give the Palestinians the de facto status and rights of a state.

“If it is approved, I expect the United States to completely stop funding the UN and its institutions, in accordance with American law,” Erdan says, noting that adoption by the General Assembly would not change anything on the ground.

Under US law, Washington cannot fund any UN organization that grants full membership to any group that does not have the “internationally recognized attributes” of statehood. The US halted funding in 2011 for the UN cultural agency UNESCO after the Palestinians became a full member.

Posted on:

A third massive trove of documents in the classified documents case of former President Donald Trump is expected to be released shortly, according to a ruling from Florida’s U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon.

The ruling, reported by investigative reporter Julie Kelly, is another blow to Biden Justice Department special counsel Jack Smith and his repeated attempts to keep redactions in place that have previously revealed coordination between his office, the White House, and the U.S. National Archives. Cannon’s ruling will make public two nonpublic defense motions declaring Smith’s “Unlawful Piercing of Attorney-Client Privilege” and a second seeking dismissal based on “Prosecutorial Misconduct and Due Process Violations.”

Posted on:

Russian forces have made two cross-border assaults inside northern Ukraine, according to information from Ukrainian sources and officials, in what President Volodymyr Zelensky is calling a “new wave of counteroffensive actions” by Russia.

In the first development, Russian soldiers penetrated at least one kilometer towards the town of Vovchansk, a Ukrainian military source told CNN. The aim, the source said, “was to get 10 km deep and create a buffer zone at the border to secure Russian territory from feeling the war.”

In an official statement, Ukraine’s Defense Ministry said Russian soldiers supported by armored vehicles had moved across the border at about 5:00am Friday, following a day of stepped-up attacks on the border area with guided aerial bombs and artillery.

The statement added that Ukrainian reserve units had been deployed to strengthen defenses in the area.

Posted on:

The FBI released on Tuesday a new batch of records about its investigation into the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Hill uprising—raising more questions about the event in the process.

Among the 107 pages of new records is a series of emails with the subject line, “Stand down. See below.” The emails are heavily redacted, and the individuals in the email thread are not identified. Only one person’s title was revealed: a supervisory intelligence analyst for the FBI’s DC office. Even the date and times of the emails are redacted, with the exception of one that was sent at 5:46 p.m. on Jan. 5, 2021.

The limited information in the emails suggests that law enforcement was investigating a group of people who travelled to Washington DC on Jan. 5.

We are standing down in [REDACTED]. The predicated subjects have been [REDACTED]. [REDACTED] is being informed. The only people from the group who are continuing to DC are non-subjects, who are not carrying weapons, and appear to be solely involved in legal First Amendment protesting,” one email from the thread stated.

Posted on:

Stung by media reports of young athletes dropping dead seemingly often and everywhere, and sensitive to the claim that studies relying on the passive VAERS reporting system drastically underreport vaccine events including deaths, the CDC looked at Oregon death certificates in an effort to eliminate reporting bias on COVID-19 vaccination deaths.  Here are excerpts of the abstract of its April 11, 2024 study:

COVID-19 vaccination has been associated with myocarditis in adolescents and young adults, and concerns have been raised about possible vaccine-related cardiac fatalities in this age group…To assess this possibility, investigators searched death certificates for Oregon residents aged 16–30 years who died during June 2021–December 2022 for cardiac or undetermined causes of death. For identified decedents, records in Oregon’s immunization information system were reviewed for documentation of mRNA COVID-19 vaccination received ≤100 days before death…No death certificate attributed death to vaccination. These data do not support an association between receipt of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine and sudden cardiac death among previously healthy young persons. COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all persons aged ≥6 months to prevent COVID-19 and complications, including death.

I know exactly what you’re thinking:  “There needs to be a quick and devastating published take down of its premises.  I don’t see anything like that on line yet — is it underway?” 

Answer: Yes, right here.

The CDC admits there is a small probability of COVID vaccine-induced myo- or pericarditis (henceforth “myo”), see, e.g., here and here, but it can’t get itself to admit there is any measurable risk of COVID vaccine-induced myo death, even to the point of dishonesty.  So let’s do the calculations ourselves.

In an Israeli Pfizer study appearing in the October 2021 NEJM, the myo incidence for those aged 16-29 (virtually identical to the age group in the Oregon study) with at least one dose is 5.49 per 100,000, or 1 in 18,215. 

A large European study appearing in the December 2023 IJC Heart & Vasculature which used the EudraVigilance database on 708 million doses of COVID vaccines of all brands administered in the EU/EAA found that the myo incidence for Moderna is about 1.8 times that of Pfizer and the other vaccines.

Posted on:

Officials from India and Japan responded to President Joe Biden’s latest attack on their countries following the president’s immigration remarks.

In what many have put down as one of Biden’s regular gaffes, the president called Japan and India “Xenophobic” countries.

“One of the reasons why our economy is growing is because of you and many others. Why? Because we welcome immigrants. We look to —the reason— look, think about it,” Biden said at a campaign fundraiser last week. “Why is China stalling so badly economically? Why is Japan having trouble? Why is Russia? Why is India? Because they’re xenophobic. They don’t want immigrants.” he added.

Posted on:

President Joe Biden’s words have come back to bite him after he appeared to have laid the groundwork for his own impeachment before he became president.

President Joe Biden in 2019 endorsed the Democrat-led House’s bid to impeach former President Donald Trump over his phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Democrats accused the former president of withholding aid to Ukraine in a bid to influence the 2020 election in his influence.

Posted on:

It’s not a secret that Feminism is a subversive hate movement promoting Marxism.  Herbert Marcuse of Frankfurt School of Cultural Marxism, CIA (OSS), and the father of Critical Theory and the Radical Left movement once said that Feminism is the most promising vehicle for changing Western society.   If by that he meant destroying Western society, the nuclear family, and the men that protected it all, then ‘mission accomplished.’

But one would at least expect mainstream Feminists to speak out about the epidemic of mass gang rapes of German women and girls by African and Middle Eastern welfare ‘migrants’.  Setting aside all the other crimes and ‘no-go zones’ caused by third world foreign nationals, the simple question is, does the epidemic of mass gang rapes of white women and girls at least warrant the feminist establishment to mobilize, campaign, and condemn the politicians who are enabling it?  Or is fighting against mass rape of girls now in conflict with the feminists’ greater agenda of destroying all white Christian nations? 

It is not just in Germany but all over Europe white women and girls are being gang raped by vicious third world people who invade and overtake European communities in every sense of the word.  Even the children of these ‘migrants’ are violent.

Just last month, a 14 year old Belgium girl was taken to the woods during the Christian Easter celebration by a 16 year old Somalian who set her up to be gang raped by 10 Somali ‘migrants’ ranging in age from 11-16 years old.  The girl was kept in the woods for two days being tortured, gang raped, and recorded by her attackers who later posted videos on social media.  None of the gang rapists are likely to ever be jailed under Belgium law, and in fact they are being portrayed as victims.  And that is the norm across Europe.

Posted on:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) announced that it would no longer mandate prospective hires to pledge allegiance to diversity, equity, and inclusion principles as a condition of employment, making it the first elite university in the United States to discard the practice.

Posted on:
Posted on:

The Zionist hag and extremely ugly cunt Hillary Clinton trashed the pro-Palestine protests and further added that young people don’t know much about history.

Gee I wonder why she would say such things? She’s a whore for Jews just like all the other pro-Israel politicians in America.

Posted on:
Posted on:

Israeli envoy Gilad Erdan denounces UNGA move after members voted overwhelmingly for a resolution asking the Security Council to make Palestine, which has UN observer status, a full member. Erdan called the resolution a "clear violation" of the UN Charter and said he is "holding up the mirror" for General Assembly members while shredding the UN Charter.

Webmaster addition: Israel's membership in the UN was contingent on two requirements; a right of return to their homes taken during the Nakba, or financial compensation for the lost homes. Israel never complied. After the shredding of the charter, Israel should be expelled!

Posted on:

London is not willing to engage with Moscow on the situation around Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia as it refuses to provide information about the former Russian military intelligence (GRU) colonel, Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Second European Department Sergey Belyaev told TASS in an interview.

The senior Russian diplomat described the incident that took place in the British city of Salisbury in March 2018 as a key irritant in the Russian-British ties. "Six years after the incident, London is still showing reluctance to hold a detailed dialogue both through diplomatic channels and among investigative agencies," he lamented.

The UK Foreign Office said in a note in April that Yulia Skripal had allegedly turned down the proposal offering Russian consular assistance again, Belyaev said. "As before, the English refused to share information about Sergey Skripal," he added as he slammed London’s disregard for its international commitments over this.

Posted on:

Information on the possible use of chemical weapons in Ukraine at the disposal of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) lacks sufficient support, the agency said.

"Both the Russian Federation and Ukraine have accused one another and reported allegations of use of chemical weapons to the Organization," it said in a statement. "The information provided to the Organization so far by both sides, together with the information available to the Secretariat, is insufficiently substantiated," it added.

All official correspondence by the parties involved on such allegations and accusations has been made available on the OPCW public website and is regularly updated. "We will continue to monitor the situation and maintain our readiness to deploy," the organization added. It noted that it will remain in contact with the parties concerned and invite those that may have substantiated information to share it with the Secretariat. Additionally, the OPCW "will continue to provide support to Ukraine, upon its request, in the field of assistance and protection against chemical weapons" under the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC).

Posted on:

French residents are tired of the country supporting Ukraine at the expense of its citizens, Christelle Nahan, editor-in-chief of the International Reporters agency who works in Donbass, told TASS in an interview.

"We see that more and more people are getting tired of France's support for Ukraine," Nahan said.

She noted that people were tired of the fact that there was not enough money for the development of infrastructure, hospitals and schools, for pensions and benefits for children.

"But we are just dumping billions into support for Ukraine. The situation in French hospitals right now is a true disaster. People are dying because they are waiting eight hours to see a doctor. This is abnormal," the war correspondent noted.

On April 27, French President Emmanuel Macron said that new arms deliveries to Kiev from Berlin, Washington and Paris in the coming months will help Ukraine fight on.

Posted on:

With Russia liberating village after village and Ukraine seemingly unable to secure a defensive line ahead of the onslaught, former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter predicts that the conflict will end this summer, in line with the timeline established by the Russian Ministry of Defense at the start of this year.

On Friday, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that Russia liberated Novokalinovo in the Donetsk People’s Republic and Kiselevka and Kotlyarovka in the Kharkov region, the latest in a string of villages to fall, this rapid deterioration of the frontline was the result of the consistent work of Russian forces to grind the Ukrainians down until they had no reserves to stabilize the front line.

“As we speak, the attritional warfare model has Ukraine losing around 1,500 troops a day. This number is going up now because Russia's expanded its operations into the Kharkov region. So, you can expect this number [to] easily top 2,000 a day,” Ritter told Sputnik’s Fault Lines on Friday.

What the Ukrainians have had to do is pull in reserves and take forces out from other fronts, including the Kharkov front and the Odessa front, to come into the battlefield where they've been eliminated, or they've been worn down and there are no replacements…what's going to happen is Ukraine will be compelled to withdraw reserves from the Kiev region and from Odessa, to go to Kharkov to fill that gap. While they do that, the Russians will then launch a second major attack somewhere in the Zaporozhye area, and Ukrainians are going to be put to the classic horns of a dilemma where if they go north they lose, they go south they lose, if they stay in the middle they lose - there's no good option for them,” Ritter explained, adding that we will then see “the total collapse of the Ukrainian army” and the “rapid withdrawal beyond the Dnepr River” to set up a new defense line, something he does not think the Ukrainians will be able to accomplish.

Posted on:

The majority of the Bundeswehr (German Armed Forces) will be under NATO command by 2025, with around 35,000 soldiers placed on the “highest levels of readiness,” Defense Minister Boris Pistorius announced during a keynote speech at Washington’s Johns Hopkins University on Thursday.

The announcement comes as Germany struggles to resolve major personnel and equipment shortages in its army, with many replacement items purchased for the Bundeswehr being sent to aid Ukraine in its conflict with Russia. A parliamentary report in March revealed that the army is also “aging and shrinking,” with 20,000 unfilled positions and a “very high” dropout rate.

“The security of our allies is our security. Therefore, by next year, the majority of the Bundeswehr will be placed under NATO command,” Pistorius said in his Thursday speech, adding that “approximately 35,000 of them will be at the two highest levels of readiness.”

The minister said Berlin’s focus remains on “protecting our allies on NATO’s eastern flank,” and pointed to Germany’s recent moves to increase its military presence in the region.

Posted on:

Israel will continue its military campaign against Hamas in Gaza regardless of disapproval from its key allies, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said. His remarks came shortly after US President Joe Biden warned the Israeli leadership that any large-scale operation in Rafah would mean a halt in the supply of key defense equipment.

The city in southern Gaza is the last major population center still not under Israeli control. Hundreds of thousands of internally displaced Palestinians have taken shelter there in recent months, with some estimates putting the current population of the city, usually around 400,000, at over a million. Movement of humanitarian convoys bringing food and medicine has reportedly been disrupted as the Israeli offensive continues.

Earlier this week, Israeli troops and tanks entered the eastern districts of Rafah in what itl described as a “limited” operation, after fighter jets bombarded the city.

Speaking on Thursday, Netanyahu stated: “If we have to stand alone, we will stand alone. If we need to, we will fight with our fingernails. But we have much more than fingernails.” He noted that in 1948 Israel gained independence despite an “arms embargo.”

Webmaster addition: Israel did not gain independence in 1948. They simply stole the Palestinians' lands.


Posted on:

The UK and its allies got tricked into backing a “corrupt mafia state” in Ukraine and getting into a war of attrition against a Moscow-Beijing partnership, Dominic Cummings has said in an interview.

The longtime Tory political strategist led the Vote Leave campaign for Brexit and was one of the key aides to then-PM Boris Johnson until resigning in November 2020.

“We should have never got into the whole stupid situation,” Cummings told the outlet I News in an interview published on Wednesday, commenting on London’s full-throated support for Kiev. He also described Ukraine as a “corrupt s**thole that doesn’t matter at all.”

“This is not a replay of 1940 with the pumpkin [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky as the Churchillian underdog,” he added. “This whole Ukrainian corrupt mafia state has basically conned us all and we’re all going to get f**ked as a consequence.”

Posted on: