"Why does the Air Force need expensive new bombers? Have the people we've been bombing over the years been complaining? " -- George Wallace

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Texas Gov. and proud Zionist Greg Abbott is destroying the First Amendment in the Lone Star State, one edict about "antisemitism" at a time.

From now on, anyone who is caught saying the "wrong" things on a Texas college or university campus can be reported to law enforcement for "antisemitic" speech, specifically if they utter the phrase "from the river to the sea."

Western Media Strangely Quiet About Incident In Russia That Could Have Sparked A Nuclear Exchange MikeRivero

One of Russia’s most important early warning radar installations that was designed to track incoming nuclear missiles was destroyed on May 23rd, but the big corporate news outlets in the Western world are hardly saying anything about it.  Without that installation, there is a giant hole in Russia’s ability to track incoming missiles from the direction of the Middle East.  So this is a really big deal.  During an all-out nuclear war, early warning radar installations would be among the very first targets, and the Russians are telling us that according to their nuclear protocol

Joe Biden made a surprise visit to his daughter-in-law Hallie Biden’s Delaware home just days before she’s set to serve as a key witness in Hunter Biden’s trial for alleged gun crimes.

Biden made the visit at 8 p.m. for a private talk with Hallie, the widow of Beau Biden and ex-girlfriend of Hunter Biden, just a week before Hunter is set to stand trial on June 3, according to the White House pool report.

Webmaster addition: Gee. I wonder what they talked about! :)

by Tyler Durden

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 - 04:45 AM

In another ominous sign of things to come, leading Western governments appear to be preparing for 'something big' at a moment the proxy war between Russian and NATO centered in Ukraine is escalating at uncontrollable pace.

When the Iraq/al-Qaeda propaganda narrative fell apart, the FBI targeted two… within the US bio-weapons establishment: scientists Steven Hatfill and Bruce Ivins. The FBI began harassing Hatfill and publicly called him a “person of interest” in the anthrax investigation.

Hatfill vehemently denied the charges and was eventually exonerated. He later sued the FBI and other US government agencies, winning a settlement of more than $5 million in damages. Like Hatfill, Ivins was an unlikely suspect for the anthrax attacks as well.

Israel has launched an investigation after at least 45 Palestinian refugees were killed in Sunday's IDF strike on the southern Gazan city of Rafah, which West Jerusalem had previously declared a 'safe zone'.

According to ABC News, shrapnel from the strike ignited a fuel tank 100 meters away from the intended target, creating a large fire at an encampment housing displaced people.