Japanese Government Pays Family for Death Tied to COVID Shot

Japanese Government Pays Family for Death Tied to COVID Shot | 31 July 2022 | On July 25, 2022, a committee of Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare announced that it would provide a lump-sum death benefit of ¥44.2 million ($324,000), plus an additional ¥212,000 for funeral expenses, to the family of an elderly woman who died shortly after receiving a COVID-19 shot. The committee determined there was a causal relationship between the vaccination and the woman's death. The payment was the first such payment by the Japanese government for a death linked to COVID vaccination. According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the woman "developed an acute allergic reaction and acute myocardial infarction (heart attack) after the vaccination, and died." ...Some 3,680 other people in Japan have filed applications with the health ministry for vaccine-injury related compensation and have had them reviewed.

Sixth Canadian Doctor to Die Within 2 Weeks: 44-Year-Old Canadian Doctor Passes 'Unexpectedly'

Sixth Canadian Doctor to Die Within 2 Weeks: 44-Year-Old Canadian Doctor Passes 'Unexpectedly' | 30 July 2022 | A 44-year-old family physician from Saskatchewan 'died unexpectedly' last weekend, July 23. According to an announcement released by Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA), Dr. Shahriar Jalali Mazlouman, a Melville family physician, unexpectedly passed away. The hospital provided no information regarding the cause of death. According to various reports, Mazlouman was found dead at a local swimming pool in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan on Saturday... Within the past two weeks, Canada has received news of six deaths of physicians, the most recent being that of Dr. Candace Nayman. All five doctors were based in the Greater Toronto Area, with three practicing at the same hospital.

At least 28 dead in devastating Kentucky flooding, with more expected, governor says

At least 28 dead in devastating Kentucky flooding, with more expected, governor says --More rain is expected in the region on Sunday and Monday. | 31 July 2022 | The death toll in the devastating flooding that hit eastern Kentucky is continuing to rise as more rain threatens the region, according to officials. A total of 28 people have been confirmed dead, but that number is expected to increase again, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced Sunday afternoon. The death toll includes at least four children, Beshear said on Saturday. More rain is forecast in the area on Sunday and Monday as search and rescue teams continue to look for those who are unaccounted for. More than 600 people have been rescued by aircraft and boat since the flooding began, Beshear said.

Triathlete, 27, becomes fifth Greater Toronto Area doctor to die in July

Triathlete, 27, becomes fifth Greater Toronto Area doctor to die in July | 29 July 2022 | The fifth GTA [Greater Toronto Area] doctor to die in July "radiated positivity" and "lived a vibrant and active life." But what the world lost in the sudden and tragic death of Dr. Candace Nayman was a woman who had dedicated her life to the health of children. The 27-year-old, who was a resident doctor at McMaster Children Hospital in Hamilton, collapsed while swimming as she competed in a triathlon on Sunday. She subsequently died on Thursday. A triathlete, Dr. Nayman routinely commented on social media about her love of training and racing... Four other local doctors have died this summer. [And...the experimental mRNA jabs have nothing to do with these coincidences?]

Billionaire-funded eco group quietly taking farmland out of production in rural America

Billionaire-funded eco group quietly taking farmland out of production in rural America | 29 July 2022 | The American Prairie (AP), a conservation project in Montana, has quietly scooped up more than 450,000 acres of land with the help of its billionaire donors and the federal government. The little-known project aims to create the largest "fully functioning ecosystem" in the continental U.S. by stitching together about 3.2 million acres of private and public lands, according to the American Prairie Foundation, which founded the reserve more than 20 years ago. The group has recorded 34 transactions spanning roughly 453,188 acres of land throughout central Montana -- much of which were once used for farming and grazing -- since 2004 and continues to aggressively expand. "Our mission is to assemble the largest complex of public and private lands devoted to wildlife in the lower 48," Pete Geddes, AP's vice president and chief external relations officer, told Fox News Digital in an interview.

500 Fired Health Care Workers Win Historic Multi-Million Dollar Settlement in COVID Mandate 'Wake-Up Call'

500 Fired Health Care Workers Win Historic Multi-Million Dollar Settlement in COVID Mandate 'Wake-Up Call' | 29 July 2022 | Health care workers who were fired for not getting a COVID shot have won a major victory. The Liberty Counsel has announced a "historic" $10.3 million settlement in the nation's first-of-its-kind classwide lawsuit. The class action settlement against NorthShore University HealthSystem is on behalf of more than 500 current and former health care workers who were unlawfully discriminated against and denied religious exemptions from the COVID shot mandate, according to the non-profit religious rights law firm. The settlement was filed Friday in the federal Northern District Court of Illinois. The settlement must be approved by the court.

Biden tests positive for COVID in 'rebound' case, doctor says

Breaking: Biden tests positive for COVID in 'rebound' case, doctor says | 30 July 2022 | Joe Biden tested positive for COVID-19 in a "rebound" case on Saturday, according to the White House. "As described last week, acknowledging the potential for so-called "rebound" COVID positivity observed in a small [?] percentage of patients treated with PAXLOVID the President increased his testing cadence, both to protect people around him and to assure early detection of any return of viral replication," White House Doctor Dr. Kevin O'Connor said. [Looks like the experimental mRNA jabs and Paxlovid -- like the CDC and FDA -- are absolutely *useless.* Time to break out the Ivermectin, as should have been the case shortly after COVID-19 was funded and created by the globalists.]

USS Ronald Reagan Strike Group Enters South China Sea for Pelosi's Taiwan Visit

USS Ronald Reagan Strike Group Enters South China Sea for Pelosi's Taiwan Visit | 28 July 2022 | China and the United States are building up their military strength around the Taiwan Strait as tensions rise over US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s possible visit to the island. The American aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan and its strike group, including a guided missile destroyer and a guided missile cruiser, set out from Singapore on Monday heading northeast towards the South China Sea, according to ship-tracking information provided by Beijing-based think tank the South China Sea Strategic Probing Initiative. The carrier strike group includes the Navy's only forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), the embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 5, and embarked staffs of Task Force 70 and Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 15, as well as the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Antietam (CG 54) and the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Higgins (DDG 76).

Judge Orders Air Force Not to Punish Members Seeking Religious Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Judge Orders Air Force Not to Punish Members Seeking Religious Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate | 28 July 2022 | Air Force officials were ordered on July 27 not to discipline airmen who are seeking religious exemptions to the military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. U.S. District Judge Matthew McFarland, a Trump appointee, entered a preliminary injunction against the military branch. McFarland two weeks earlier issued a temporary restraining order. He asked the military to make its case as to why he shouldn't enter a preliminary injunction, a longer-lasting measure. In a 16-page filing, government lawyers said blocking the military from punishing unvaccinated members "would interfere with ongoing legal proceedings and would otherwise be improper, particularly in light of significant new developments."

CDC told Big Tech to censor COVID claims now debated by mainstream scientists, documents show

CDC told Big Tech to censor COVID claims now debated by mainstream scientists, documents show | 29 July 2022 | The newly revealed scope of collaboration between the feds and Big Tech in stamping out purported COVID-19 misinformation and promoting government narratives has opened a new chapter in constitutional challenges to state-influenced censorship by private actors. On Wednesday night, America First Legal (AFL) published the first 286-page batch of emails among CDC, Google, Twitter and Meta staffers, some of whom were former Hill and White House aides. The production was compelled through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, and typical of government document dumps, it's not text-searchable. The emails show intimate cooperation was well underway by the time the White House a year ago acknowledged the effort, which included thinly veiled threats for not more aggressively removing content.

9-Year-Old With No Pre-existing Conditions Died 2 Weeks After Pfizer Shot, Latest VAERS Data Show

9-Year-Old With No Pre-existing Conditions Died 2 Weeks After Pfizer Shot, Latest VAERS Data Show | 29 July 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,357,940 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and July 22, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That's an increase of 6,990 adverse events over the previous week. The data included a total of 29,790 reports of deaths -- an increase of 155 over the previous week -- and 247,686 serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period -- up 1,010 compared with the previous week. Of the 29,790 reported deaths, 19,236 cases are attributed to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, 7,917 cases to Moderna, 2,584 cases to Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and no cases yet reported for Novavax.

National Security Search Engine: Google's Ranks Are Filled With CIA Agents

National Security Search Engine: Google's Ranks Are Filled With CIA Agents --"We lied, we cheated, we stole." | 25 July 2022 | Google -- one of the largest and most influential organizations in the modern world -- is filled with ex-CIA agents. Studying employment websites and databases, MintPress has ascertained that the Silicon Valley giant has recently hired dozens of professionals from the Central Intelligence Agency in recent years. Moreover, an inordinate number of these recruits work in highly politically sensitive fields, wielding considerable control over how its products work and what the world sees on its screens and in its search results. Chief amongst these is the trust and safety department, whose staff, in the words of then Google Trust and Safety Vice President Kristie Canegallo, "[d]ecide what content is allowed on our platform" -- in other words, setting the rules of the internet, determining what billions see and what they do not see. Before Google, Canegallo had been President Obama's Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Implementation and is currently Chief of Staff at the Department of Homeland Security... This continues to this day, with the CIA promoting dubious stories about the so-called "Havana Syndrome" and how the Russian government was supposedly offering money to the Taliban to kill U.S. soldiers. Mike Pompeo, former director of the CIA, admitted as much in a talk he gave in 2019. He said to the audience at Texas A&M University: "When I was a cadet, what's the cadet motto at West Point? You will not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do. I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole. We had entire training courses [on] it!"

BART board votes to reinstate mask mandate effective immediately until Oct. 1

BART board votes to reinstate mask mandate effective immediately until Oct. 1 | 28 July 2022 | The BART Board of Directors has voted to reinstate the mask mandate on trains and at stations effective immediately until Oct. 1 unless further extended by the board. The temporary amendment requires riders to wear facemasks that fully cover their nose and mouth. Children ages two and under as well as people with medical conditions that prevent them from wearing masks are exempt from the mandate... BART police will be enforcing this mask requirement by offering free masks to anyone who needs one before issuing citations of up to $75 or ejecting riders from trains and stations.

FBI: Man charged in attempted assassination of Kavanaugh hoped to kill three Supreme Court justices

FBI: Man charged in attempted assassination of Kavanaugh hoped to kill three Supreme Court justices | 28 July 2022 | The California man charge with the attempted murder of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh researched how to commit an assassination and planned on "shooting for 3" justices in the weeks prior to traveling to the Washington, D.C., area, according to an FBI search warrant application. Nicholas John Roske, 26, allegedly traveled to Kavanaugh's suburban Maryland home last month with a pistol, ammunition, a knife and burglary gear with the intent to kill the justice over concerns about high court decisions on Second Amendment issues and the court's conservative majority striking down Roe v. Wade to end constitutional abortion rights. The FBI said Roske looked up terms such as "most effective place to stab someone" and "quietest semi auto rifle," CNN reported... Other search terms from Roske's phone, which was taken by investigators when he was arrested, include searches such as "assassin skills," "how to be stealthy" and a list of current Supreme Court members.

Joe Biden met with at least 14 of Hunter's business associates while vice president

Joe Biden met with at least 14 of Hunter's business associates while vice president --Joe Biden has repeatedly denied discussing business with his son | 28 July 2022 | President [sic] Biden met with at least 14 of Hunter Biden's business associates while he was vice president in the Obama White House, casting further doubt on the president’s repeated claims that he had no knowledge of his son's foreign business dealings. "I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings," Biden said in 2019. But the president met with at least 14 of Hunter’s business associates from the U.S., Mexico, Ukraine, China and Kazakhstan over the course of his vice presidency, a Fox News Digital review found.

GDP fell 0.9% in the second quarter, the second straight decline and a strong recession signal

GDP fell 0.9% in the second quarter, the second straight decline and a strong recession signal | 28 July 2022 | The U.S. economy contracted for the second straight quarter from April to June, hitting a widely accepted rule of thumb for a recession, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported Thursday. Gross domestic product fell 0.9% at an annualized pace for the period, according to the advance estimate. That follows a 1.6% decline in the first quarter and was worse than the Dow Jones estimate for a gain of 0.3%. Officially, the National Bureau of Economic Research declares recessions and expansions, and likely won't make a judgment on the period in question for months if not longer. But a second straight negative GDP reading meets a long-held basic view of recession, despite the unusual circumstances of the decline and regardless of what the NBER decides.

BART to vote on bringing back mask mandate 10 days after requirement expired

BART to vote on bringing back mask mandate 10 days after requirement expired | 28 July 2022 | More than a week after BART lifted its mask mandate, its board is set to vote Thursday night on reinstating the requirement. The board will be discussing whether it wants to keep a mask mandate in place for a few more months after one expired back on July 18. Currently, masks are strongly recommended on trains, according to BART. If the mandate passes at Thursday's meeting, it could be put back in place as early as Friday require passengers to wear a mask in all paid areas.

Strike destroys over 100 US-made HIMARS rockets - Russia

Strike destroys over 100 US-made HIMARS rockets - Russia --The Defense Ministry says an ammunition depot was targeted in attacks that also killed Ukrainian forces and foreign mercenaries | 27 July 2022 | Russian forces have targeted an ammunition depot in Ukraine's Dnepropetrovsk Region, destroying over 100 US-made HIMARS rockets, according to an update from Russia's Defense Ministry on Wednesday. "On July 24, a strike by Russia’s Aerospace Forces on an ammunition depot near the settlement of Lyubimovka, Dnepropetrovsk region, destroyed more than a hundred missiles for the US-made HIMARS Multiple launch rocket system," the ministry's report reads. It is also noted that up to 120 Ukrainian military personnel guarding the facility, as well as foreign mercenaries and technical specialists, were killed.

Member of European Parliament Labels COVID Vaccine Coercion 'Worst Crime Ever Committed on Humanity'

Member of European Parliament Labels COVID Vaccine Coercion 'Worst Crime Ever Committed on Humanity' | 27 July 2022 | In a speech in the European Parliament earlier this month, German MP Christine Anderson described the coercion of people into taking COVID vaccines as the "biggest crime ever committed on humanity." "This vaccine campaign will go down as the biggest scandal in medical history," Anderson declared, adding, "Moreover, it will be known as the biggest crime ever committed on humanity." The MEP was addressing mass flight cancellations and staff shortages in airports and on planes, asserting that while it is claimed the situation stems from companies not hiring back enough staff after the pandemic, the real reason is that pilots and other staff have refused to get vaccinated. Anderson further warned "unscrupulous globalist elites" have used the pandemic for their own ends, asking, "What in God's name have they done with this?"

U.S. Sold Nearly 6 Million Barrels of Oil From the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to China, Records Show

U.S. Sold Nearly 6 Million Barrels of Oil From the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to China, Records Show | 27 July 2022 | The Biden administration has sold nearly 6 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to an entity tied to the Chinese Communist Party, records show. From September 2021 to July, the Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded three crude oil contracts with a combined value of roughly $464 million to Unipec America, the U.S. trading arm of Chinese state-owned oil company Sinopec, according to a review by The Epoch Times of the DOE documents. A Chinese firm with ties to Hunter Biden had invested in the national oil giant. The sale would tap 5.9 million barrels in total from the strategic reserve (SPR) to export to the Chinese firm. The latest contract, revealed on July 10, was for 950,000 barrels sold for around $113.5 million.

More than 50 Republicans call for Biden to take cognitive test amid Dem concerns about his age

More than 50 Republicans call for Biden to take cognitive test amid Dem concerns about his age --More Republicans are joining calls for Biden to take a cognitive test | 27 July 2022 | More than 50 House Republicans on Wednesday are calling for Joe Biden to take a cognitive test, as the president's opponents, and even some allies, question his fitness for the job at age 79. Fifty-four Republicans signed the letter, addressed to Joe Biden, which was led by Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas. That's up from 13 co-signers on a similar letter Jackson led in June 2021, and 37 co-signers on a letter in February. The latest letter also includes key members of House Republican leadership, including Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks, R-Ind., Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., and Conference Vice Chair Mike Johnson, R-La.

DOJ reportedly investigating Trump's conduct, conversations as part of 2020 election probe

DOJ reportedly investigating Trump's conduct, conversations as part of 2020 election probe | 26 July 2022 | The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating the actions and correspondence of former President Trump in its investigation of his inner circle's alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election coup. The Washington Post reported Tuesday that the DOJ has, before a grand jury, asked witnesses about meetings Trump had in December 2020 and January 2021 as well as his pressure campaign on Vice President Mike Pence to overturn the 2020 election. People familiar with the matter told The Post that the questions focused on the extent of Trump's [alleged] involvement in this effort. Until then, the DOJ has focused its investigation on Trump’s lawyers, John Eastman and Rudy Giuliani.

Google fires employee after he claimed company's AI system is sentient

Google fires employee after he claimed company's AI system is sentient --Google placed Blake Lemoine on administrative leave last month | 25 July 2022 | Google has fired one of its engineers, a Christian mystic, who was suspended last month after telling the company he believed its artificial intelligence chatbot had become sentient and capable of human thinking and reasoning. Blake Lemoine first shared the news during an interview on the Big Technology Podcast just hours after he was fired on Friday. Lemoine was placed on leave on June 6 for talking with people outside Google about the company's AI chatbot LaMDA, or Language Model for Dialog Applications. The system is used to create chatbots that can mimic human speech. Lemoine had been working on the system since last fall and described it as sentient with an ability to express thoughts and feelings equivalent to a human child.

Eight years? Nine years? Six years ago? A climate change activist guide to doomsday

Eight years? Nine years? Six years ago? A climate change activist guide to doomsday --The end is going to come soon, unless it doesn't | 26 July 2022 | Advocates of combating climate change are increasingly invoking doomsday scenarios to pressure Joe Biden to take unilateral action to lower greenhouse gas emissions, despite a history of such claims falling flat. The rhetoric is coming not only from progressive activists but also Democrats on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers, in particular, have intensified their doomsday predictions as hopes for a climate change deal have waned within the Senate in recent days. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., recently told supporters that if immediate action was not taken on climate change, an immigration and public health crisis was likely to appear by 2030. [Right, just in time to implement Agenda 2030. Soon, there will be climate lockdowns. This is all one big scam to hasten the arrival of Klaus Schwab's Great Reset.]

Nearly one in three Americans say it may soon be necessary to take up arms against the government

Nearly one in three Americans say it may soon be necessary to take up arms against the government | 24 July 2022 | A majority of Americans say the U.S. government is corrupt and almost a third say it may soon be necessary to take up arms against it, according to a new poll from the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics. Two-thirds of Republicans and independents say the government is "corrupt and rigged against everyday people like me," according to the poll, compared to 51 percent of liberal voters. Twenty-eight percent of all voters, including 37 percent of gun owners, agreed “it may be necessary at some point soon for citizens to take up arms against the government,” a view held by around 35 percent of Republicans and around 35 percent of Independents. One in five Democrats concurred.

Liz Cheney facing huge deficit in U.S. House race according to latest poll

Liz Cheney facing huge deficit in U.S. House race according to latest poll | 25 July 2022 | With just over three weeks until Wyoming's Primary Election Day on August 16, challenger Harriet Hageman has a huge lead on three-term incumbent Liz Cheney in the race for Wyoming's lone U.S. House seat, according to a recent poll in the Casper Star-Tribune. "I can’t remember the last time I saw an incumbent down 22 points in a House Race, unless it was somebody who had been indicted or convicted of a crime," said Brad Coker, managing director of Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy, the firm that conducted the poll. While Cheney isn’t on trial, she is kind of involved in one as one of the members of the committee investigating [sic] the attacks on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, and that’s likely the reason for her deficit. The more eye-popping number is Cheney’s approval rating, with more than 2 to 1 saying she's done a poor job. "Her approval rating is only 27 percent approve, 66 percent disapprove," Coker said. "That number is devastating”

Biden State Department Official Seemingly Deletes Twitter Account After Saying 'I Prefer High Gas Prices'

Biden State Department Official Seemingly Deletes Twitter Account After Saying 'I Prefer High Gas Prices' | 25 July 2022 | A Biden administration State Department official who tweeted his support for “high gas prices” has seemingly deleted his Twitter account after receiving online backlash. "I prefer high gas prices = less driving, less CO2," State Department official Alan Eyre tweeted on Friday.Eyre said this in response to President Joe Biden's claim “America’s drivers will spend on average $30 less per month on gas than they did during peak prices." The State Department official faced backlash online from Twitter users, including from one former Republican congressional candidate, Ron Bassilian, who called Eyre a "ghoul" and argued "gas demand is inelastic."

Dallas Love Field Airport shooting: Police ID suspect as Portia Odufuwa, a 37-year-old Texas woman

Dallas Love Field Airport shooting: Police ID suspect as Portia Odufuwa, a 37-year-old Texas woman | 25 July 2022 | Texas police have identified the woman suspected of opening fire at the Dallas Love Field Airport Monday morning as Portia Odufuwa. Dallas police said she had been dropped off at the airport and entered the terminal. "Odufuwa went inside a women’s restroom and a short time later comes out into the ticket counter area and fires a weapon several times," police said. A Dallas police officer nearby engaged the suspect and shot her "in the lower extremities," police said... A witness told FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth she saw the armed woman dressed in all black, walking in the terminal "with guns up."

NYC Mayor Fires Another 200 City Workers Over COVID Jab

NYC Mayor Fires Another 200 City Workers Over COVID Jab | 24 July 2022 | New York City Mayor Eric Adams's office revealed on Saturday that city officials fired more than 200 additional city employees for refusing to get vaccinated for COVID -- bringing the total number of firings up to 1,752 workers. The mayor's office told the New York Post those numbers reflect as of July 13. Six months ago, Adams laid off over 1,500 government employees who refused to comply with the city's vaccine mandate Feb 11 deadline... Just after Adams terminated the unvaxxed city staff, he faced backlash from police and fire associations. NBC New York reported Andrew Ansbro, president of the Uniformed Firefighters Association of Greater New York, who once estimated up to 500 firefighters would face the risk of termination due to their refusal to comply with the mandate, called out the mayor for exempting New York City-based professional athletes and performers from the citywide mandate.

Truckers shut down Port of Oakland in protest of Gavin Newsom's labor law as California's supply chain goes from bad to worse

Truckers shut down Port of Oakland in protest of Gavin Newsom's labor law as California's supply chain goes from bad to worse | 23 July 2022 | Independent truckers shut down the Port of Oakland as a protest against a labor law signed by California Gov. Gavin Newsom. Since Monday, California truckers have been blocking access to the Port of Oakland with a protest against Assembly Bill 5 (AB5). The truck drivers successfully stopped operations at the Oakland port from Wednesday through Friday. The Port of Oakland said in a Wednesday statement, "Trucker protests that started Monday over the implementation of AB5 have effectively shut down operations at shipping terminals at the Port of Oakland. The shutdown will further exacerbate the congestion of containers dwelling at the Oakland Seaport as port officials urge terminal operations to resume."

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