"Why of course the people don't want war. Why should some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece? Naturally, the common people don't want war: neither in Russia, nor in England, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But after all it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship ... Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger." -- Leading Nazi leader, Hermann Goering, at the Nuremberg Trials before he was sentenced to death

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The Palestinian Resistance has been engaged in heavy confrontations with Israeli occupation forces in al-Qarara area to the northeast of the city of Khan Younis, Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported on Friday. 

The Resistance has been intensely confronting occupation forces since 5 am on Friday in the southern Gaza Strip, according to our correspondent. Field sources confirmed that Israeli military rescue helicopters evacuated a number of casualties from al-Qarara. Concurrently, Israeli occupation forces attempted to infiltrate the eastern side of the area, attempting to evacuate a number of killed and wounded soldiers.

According to our sources, Israeli attack helicopters intervened and targeted the area in which Resistance fighters confronted the evacuation team after several of the Israeli troops were injured in the operation.

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Western forces have long been fighting on Ukraine's side, intelligence veteran Leonid Reshetnikov told Sputnik, commenting on the German military representatives' discussion about blasting the Crimean Bridge with Taurus missiles.

A recording of German military officers discussing a potential attack on the Crimean Bridge was released by Margarita Simonyan, editor-in-chief of RT and Rossiya Segodnya, Sputnik's parent media group, on March 1.

Judging from the transcript, NATO soldiers from the UK, the US and France have been operating in the Ukraine combat zone for quite a while.

"A significant part of the weapons used by the Ukrainian Armed Forces is supplied from the West," Leonid Reshetnikov, a retired lieutenant general of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), told Sputnik.

"In addition, there is a considerable presence of Western intelligence operatives from NATO countries in Ukraine. They have long settled there, in Ukraine, even before 2014 - the intelligence services of the US, the UK, and also other countries."

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The American newspaper The Washington Post writes that Ukraine has become completely dependent on the military industry of Europe and the United States. In particular, we are talking about shells for artillery, expendable air defense systems and many other ammunition coming from abroad.

The article notes that "European countries are struggling to expand defense production to meet Ukraine's needs." At the same time, the military industry in previous years proceeded from the fact that large-scale orders could not be expected and based production plans accordingly.

The military-industrial complex of the United States has other difficulties, although it has much more substantial capacity and opportunities for marketing its products.

Moscow, of course, is also participating in the military industry race, achieving noticeable success here.

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The globalist agenda is making a bold move to silence free speech on the internet once and for all. While this effort is currently unfolding in Canada, it’s a fair bet that similar actions could be on the horizon for the US. Trudeau’s latest move is basically a blueprint for what could be unleashed stateside when the regime is ready. Just like in Canada, expect to see appeals about protecting kids and popular culture figures like Taylor Swift championing “democracy” as justifications for destroying your rights. What’s truly alarming is how many Americans will embrace this kind of tyranny. A huge section of our population seems thrilled to have Big Brother’s boot on their necks. This shift toward favoring “Big Brother’s” control is a concerning trend with the left, which used to fight against “The Man.” Constitutional lawyers are already raising the alarm about these developments in Canada, signaling a dire warning that freedom on the internet could be at stake for Canadians—and potentially, the rest of the world.

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John Ladd's phone is an archive of life on a ranch beside the Arizona border with Mexico.

He scrolls past photographs of handsome Red Angus and cross-bred Hereford-Brahman cattle, picture after picture of Donald Trump's 30ft border wall that spans about six-and-a-half miles of his land. Then he stops at an image of a tree.

'That's a rape tree,' he said, pointing out the women's clothes thrown into the thorny branches. 

'Almost all the women who come across get raped by their guides, who then they throw their underwear in the trees.'

The trees have been spotted up and down the border. Academics talk of them as warnings or trophies in the brutal symbolism of violent gangs. 

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The National Border Patrol Council has savagely mocked President Joe Biden days after he paid a visit to the southern border. 

The Council, which is the official union of the U.S. Border Patrol, funded and administered by Border Patrol agents, joked about how the president's itinerary would have been extremely tiring for the 81-year-old.

'Board AF1, take nap. Wake up in place called Brownsville. Read large teleprompter message, "It's all Trump's fault." 

'Board AF1, ask who people in green uniforms were, told they "strap" illegal aliens, express horror, take nap. Wake up, call a lid, hit beach, take nap,' the union tweeted coupled with a photo of Biden snoozing on the sands. 

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President Joe Biden could face growing backlash over his support for aid to Israel as efforts to get Democrats to vote ‘uncommitted’ in the presidential primaries ramp up heading into Super Tuesday when fifteen states and one territory hold contests next week.

It comes after the president received fierce condemnation from some Democrats in Michigan where more than 101,000 voters selected ‘uncommitted’ rather than cast a ballot for the president in the state’s primary as Israel wages war in Gaza

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America's nuclear weapons arsenal includes thousands of warheads which can be launched at a moment's notice - each with enough explosive power to raze entire cities.

These devastating weapons are designed and built by a network of research and development facilities across the country which maintain the country's Nuclear Triad, the name for the three-pronged strike force which can launch warheads from air, land and sea.  

Devastating wildfires in Texas recently forced the evacuation of America's foremost nuclear weapons assembly facility.

The Pantex Plant near Amarillo, which was briefly shut down on Tuesday, is where the majority of bombs in America's roughly 4,000-strong nuclear arsenal were built.

The plant, which has around 4,000 employees, plays a crucial role in the nation's nuclear weapons project. It is where the majority of bombs are built using parts from the other facilities around America.

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Another big win for Trump.

Word is not out yet on if Nikki Haley will declare a second-place moral victory after she collected ZERO delegate-equivalents in the Show-Me State.

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A powerful blizzard is underway in the Sierra Nevada and forecast to bring relentless snow over the next two days, with wind gusts already clocking 145 mph at the highest peaks in the Sierra and creating dangerous white-out conditions. 

This is the biggest snowstorm for the Sierra season, with blizzard warnings active for the Sierra Nevada and parts of eastern Nevada.

Heavy snow is already falling with areas are forecast to pick up between five to 10 feet of snow, and localized areas up to 12 feet. 

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Around 20,000 Muslim worshippers performed the Friday prayers in al-Aqsa Mosque despite Israeli restrictions, the Islamic Awqaf al-Quds Department announced on Friday.

The Department responsible for managing affairs in the mosque and Islamic endowments in occupied al-Quds made the announcement today following weeks of extreme restrictions forced on worshippers heading to one of Islam's holiest sites. Israeli occupation forces barricaded several gates leading to the Mosque from its vicinity and the Old City; a practice that has been heavily employed since October 7.

Israeli occupation forces also physically and verbally assaulted several worshippers heading for the Friday prayers. Others were also physically assaulted while praying near Bab al-Absat. A woman and a young man were also beaten out of consciousness, according to locals. The IOF eventually detained the two.

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Sounds like a bad horror movie. And it is, in real life.

Informed Consent Action Network (Feb 14, 2024) (*):   Newman, Jonathan R Buy New $12.99 (as of 08:44 UTC - Details) 

A new class of “encrypted RNA” vaccines are being developed where the RNA would piggyback onto an existing wild virus and spread from person to person without any person’s knowledge or consent.

This so-called “therapy” uses a technology called TIPs (Therapeutic Interfering Particles), which are described as “engineered molecular parasites” that piggyback on a wild virus. If you get the virus, you also get these parasites. Once inside an infected person, the TIPs are supposed to rapidly multiply, hijacking the resources the wild virus needs to multiply and therefore stopping the virus.

Supporters of this technology claim it will “solve” several problems with traditional vaccine delivery, including “behavior barriers” like noncompliance. Meaning everyone gets vaccinated—whether they like it or not.

Let me try to disentangle this.

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s ‘sensational revelations’ about the British and French participating in the target acquisition of Storm Shadow/SCALP missiles employed by Ukraine have stirred the proverbial hornet’s nest.

These revelations were made by Scholz with his back to the wall, under pressure from accusations by Macron – from the height of his 600 million military aid to Ukraine since the start of the conflict, compared to Germany’s 17.7 billion – of not contributing enough to the war effort because of his reluctance to supply Kiev with Taurus cruise missiles.

In his creative outburst – part of a clash between Germany and France[1] to gain pre-eminence in Central and Eastern Europe, during what looks like an American disengagement – Macron even suggested that France ‘could’ send special forces to Ukraine, to create a ‘strategic dilemma’ for Russia.

The former British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace – who accused Scholz of having “abused intelligence information” – should have had it out first and foremost with American soldier Jack Texeira, who already a year ago disclosed documents[2] (confirmed as true) that incontrovertibly prove that in fact French, British, American and other NATO countries’ special forces – as well as hundreds of officials in various capacities – have already been in Ukraine for at least a year. Or with British Lieutenant General Robert Magowan, who in late 2022 candidly told The Times of how the Royal Marines were engaged in “high-risk covert operations” in Ukraine[3]. And even more so with the Polish minister who told journalist Zbigniew Parafianowicz that British and Polish special forces had been operating in Ukraine since immediately after the Maidan of 2014, and had been involved in the fighting north of Kiev already in the first weeks of the war[4].

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