Dutch farmers form 'freedom convoys' to protest government's strict environmental rules

Dutch farmers form 'freedom convoys' to protest government's strict environmental rules | 10 July 2022 | Farmers in the Netherlands have formed their own version of Canada's "Freedom Convoy," blocking highways with tractors, setting bales of hay on fire and taking other actions to protest the government's recent goal to cut emissions that could force some farms to shutter. "Where is our prime minister? This country is on fire and the farmers are standing up to the government," a spokesman for the protests said while standing on top of a hay bale in the town of Eerbeek last week, the Guardian reported. Roughly 40,000 protesters gathered in central Netherlands to protest plans to curb the emissions of nitrogen and ammonia last month. Weeks later, the protests have continued across the country with no sign of abating. Photos and videos show farmers causing a highway near Germany's border to come to a halt, with some Germans reportedly even joining the protest.

'Good Samaritan' with a gun kills Indiana mall shooter - police

'Good Samaritan' with a gun kills Indiana mall shooter - police --The town's mayor wrote that on behalf of the city, he is grateful for the good samaritan's "quick action and heroism" | 18 July 2022 | A "good Samaritan" fatally shot the gunman who killed three people Sunday at a mall in Greenwood, Ind., city officials say. Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers says a total of four people including the gunman are dead and two others are injured, including a 12-year-old girl, in connection with the incident. "As of now, we do not know the shooter's identity or motive," Myers said in a statement released by the city police department. "We do know that someone we are calling the 'good Samaritan' was able to shoot the assailant and stop further bloodshed. This person saved lives tonight. On behalf of the City of Greenwood, I am grateful for his quick action and heroism in this situation." As of July 1, Indiana stopped requiring a permit to legally carry or conceal a handgun, provided carriers meet certain requirements such as not having an order of protection issued against them.

'We’re Completely Baffled': Dozens of Fully Jabbed Tourists 'Suddenly' Drop Dead in Italy

'We’re Completely Baffled': Dozens of Fully Jabbed Tourists 'Suddenly' Drop Dead in Italy | 17 July 2022 | Dozens of fully jabbed tourists in Italy have died "suddenly and unexpectedly" in the last 24 hours, according to authorities. Now that beach season is upon us, a new heartbreaking phenomenon is taking place, healthy tourists dropping dead from sudden and unexpected "heart-related emergencies." Worldwide, beachgoers are collapsing while simply strolling along the beach or swimming. Many of them suffer cardiac arrest and die. Blogger Tom Stahl reports, "At the beginning of July, in just 24 hours, at least 11 vacationers dropped dead on Italian beaches."

Federal prosecutors decline to prosecute Stephen Colbert's team for unlawful entry into Capitol

Federal prosecutors decline to prosecute Stephen Colbert's team for unlawful entry into Capitol --Same U.S. Attorney's office that has prosecuted Jan. 6 protesters declined Capitol Police request for charges. | 18 July 2022 | The same U.S. Attorney's office that has prosecuted scores of Jan. 6 protesters for trespassing and other crimes has declined to prosecute nine members of TV comedian Stephen Colbert's The Late Show production team for unlawful entry into a congressional office building, Capitol Police announced Monday evening. "The United States Capitol Police (USCP) has been working with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia on the June 16, 2022, Unlawful Entry case that involved a group of nine people associated with The Late Show," the department said in a press release. "The United States Capitol Police was just informed the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia is declining to prosecute the case," they added.

Medvedev warns Ukraine of doomsday in case of its attack on Crimea

Medvedev warns Ukraine of doomsday in case of its attack on Crimea | 17 July 2022 | Ukraine's leadership will immediately be faced with a doomsday should it venture to attack Crimea, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said on Sunday. "Some ecstatic bloody clowns, who pop up there with some statements now and then, are trying to threatens us, I mean attacks on Crimea and so on," he said at a meeting with WWII veterans during his trip to Russia’s southern city of Volgograd. According to Medvedev, consequences of such Ukraine’s actions are quite obvious. "Should anything of the kind happen, they will be faced with a doomsday, very quick and tough, immediately. There will be no avoiding it. But they keep on provoking the general situation by such statements," he stressed. According to Medvedev, Kiev will sooner or later see that the goals of Russia's special operation -- demilitarization and denazification of the country -- will be ultimately attained.

UK Royal Air Force halts flights at Brize Norton base due to heatwave

UK Royal Air Force halts flights at Brize Norton base due to heatwave | 18 July 2022 | Britain's Royal Air Force said on Monday aircraft were using alternative airfields to its Brize Norton air base due to extreme temperatures, after Sky News reported the hot weather had melted the runway at the Oxfordshire base. Sky, citing a military source, earlier said the RAF had halted flights in and out of the base. Britain is forecast to hit record temperatures on Monday. "During this period of extreme temperature flight safety remains the RAF's top priority, so aircraft are using alternative airfields in line with a long-established plan. This means there is no impact on RAF operations," the Royal Air Force said of flights at RAF Brize Norton, in a statement posted on Twitter by the Ministry of Defence.

Would-Be British PM Rishi Sunak's Family Runs a China-Linked, World Economic Forum Partner Company Pushing Digital ID and Social Credit Scores

Would-Be British PM Rishi Sunak's Family Runs a China-Linked, World Economic Forum Partner Company Pushing Digital ID and Social Credit Scores | 16 July 2022 | Former British finance minister Rishi Sunak - a frontrunner to become Britain's next Prime Minister - has family ties to a technology partner of the World Economic Forum that has advocated for a Chinese Communist Party-style economy complete with trackable, digital identities and currency. Sunak, who topped the second round of voting by Conservative Members of Parliament (MP) in the Tory leadership race on July 15 following Boris Johnson's resignation, is widely considered the "neoliberal" or "globalist" candidate. The father of Sunak's wife, Akshata Murthy, is the founder of Infosys, an Indian information technology company that provides services to a host of Fortune 500 companies and banks... Murthy remains a foreign citizen with "non-dom," i.e., non UK tax-paying status despite her husband's work as Britain's most senior finance chief, and expectation of becoming Prime Minister. Infosys is listed as an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF), which has been accused of seeking to develop the technological infrastructure to implement a global "social credit score" system.

Rep. Gohmert: 'Violations of American Rights' of Jan. 6 Prisoners 'Mind Blowing'

Rep. Gohmert: 'Violations of American Rights' of Jan. 6 Prisoners 'Mind Blowing' --Jan. 6 prisoner's fiancé recalls: 'We were covered head to toe from all directions with red laser dots from their assault rifles' | 8 July 2022 | At a June 15 press conference in Washington, three GOP representatives joined forces with the Patriot Freedom Project and family members of Jan. 6 prisoners to call out the injustice and denial of due process rights for those incarcerated. According to Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), the "violations of American rights" is "mind-blowing." "We are extremely concerned to see a Department of Justice, not about justice," Gohmert said at the press conference. "It's about vengeance. It's about intimidation and the tactics that we’ve been seeing from this DOJ and the disregard for rights coming out of investigations showing the FBI lied, intel lied. The DOJ lies. It ought to concern every single American."

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Buys Millions in Chip Stocks Right Before Vote on Massive Chip Subsidy

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Buys Millions in Chip Stocks Right Before Vote on Massive Chip Subsidy | 15 July 2022 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul bought up to $5 million in stock of a computer chip company ahead of a vote on a bill next week that would hand billions in subsidies to boost chip manufacturing, a financial disclosure shows. Paul Pelosi purchased 20,000 shares of Nvidia, one of the world's largest semiconductor companies, on June 17, according to the speaker's disclosure report released Thursday. Now, senators will convene as early as Tuesday to vote on a bipartisan competition bill, which allocates $52 billion to boost domestic semiconductor manufacturing and gives tax credits for production, Reuters reported Thursday.

Hungry bears break into California home for snack

Hungry bears break into California home for snack | 16 July 2022| They were as hungry as bears. A mother bear and her cub broke into a California woman's house and munched on an entire box of doughnuts at her kitchen counter. Alice Taylor, who shared the video she captured with ABC7, explained that she heard a noise in her Monrovia abode, which led her to the discovery of the furry pair snacking on the treats meant for her family.

Former NASCAR driver stabbed to death at California gas station; suspect had outstanding parole warrant

Former NASCAR driver stabbed to death at California gas station; suspect had outstanding parole warrant | 16 July 2022 | Former NASCAR driver Bobby East was fatally stabbed at a gas station in California last week, and police are still searching for the suspect in his killing. East, a three-time United States Auto Club (USAC) National Champion driver in USAC Silver Crown and Midgets, died Wednesday after being stabbed in the chest at a 76 gas station on Westminster Blvd. in Westminster, California, according to the USAC and police. The Westminster Police Department is searching for suspect Trent William Millsap, who fled the scene before police arrived. Millsap also has an outstanding parole warrant and should be considered armed and dangerous, police said in a statement.

Woman beaten on bus as attackers allegedly yelled they 'hate white people'

Woman beaten on bus as attackers allegedly yelled they 'hate white people' --The suspects allegedly yelled that they 'hate white people' and 'the way they talk' | 16 July 2022 | Police are looking for three suspects accused of beating a woman on public transport in what is being described as a racially-motivated attack. New York City investigators say the three suspects, all women, got into an argument with a 57-year-old MTA bus passenger. The interaction escalated, and the three suspects allegedly began hitting the unnamed victim over the head with an unidentified object. The assailants reportedly made aggressive racial remarks to the victim, and said that they "hate white people" and "hate the way they talk." [Where's the Twitter trend for this racially motivated attack?]

FBI Launched Inquiry Into NIH Funding of Wuhan Lab, Emails Show

FBI Launched Inquiry Into NIH Funding of Wuhan Lab, Emails Show | 16 July 2022 | The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) launched an inquiry into the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding of bat research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology, newly released emails show. The interest from the top U.S. intelligence agency adds to the international scrutiny on the Wuhan facility, which houses one of China's highest-level biosecurity labs that has been considered a possible source of the COVID-19 pandemic. "In preparation for our call on Tuesday, Erik [Stemmy] (cc'd) has provided responses to your initial questions below (also attached)," wrote Ashley Sanders, an investigation officer at the NIH's division of program integrity, in an email dated May 22, 2020, with the subject "Grant Questions - FBI Inquiry," and directed to FBI agent David Miller.

Absentee ballot drop boxes illegal, Wisconsin Supreme Court rules

Absentee ballot drop boxes illegal, Wisconsin Supreme Court rules | 8 July 2022 | The Wisconsin Supreme Court on ruled Friday, July 8 that unmanned absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal in the state. The court also ruled that one person cannot drop off another person's ballot. The ruling means absentee ballot drop boxes will stay shut down. Milwaukee's 15 drop boxes remain covered, as they have been since the Wisconsin Supreme Court allowed a lower court's ruling to take effect in the spring. In 2020, Wisconsin housed at least 528 absentee ballot drop boxes in both majority Democratic and majority Republican areas.

SFO International Terminal evacuated due to bomb threat, man detained

SFO International Terminal evacuated due to bomb threat, man detained | 16 July 2022 | (Millbrae, CA) Update: SFO resumed normal operations early Saturday. AirTrain, BART, Check-in counters, and security screening all reopened, according to authorities. San Francisco International Airport's International Terminal has been evacuated due to a bomb threat Friday evening, police confirm. SFPD spokesman Officer Robert Rueca said at 8:15 p.m., officers received the report of the threat. The airport terminal was evacuated out of an abundance of caution. According to police, a man has been detained in connection to a suspicious package that police deemed "possibly incendiary." BART's SFO station was also closed as a result of this incident.

New Ukraine aid package announced by U.S.

Insane in the membrane: New Ukraine aid package announced by U.S. | 12 July 2022 | The US announced on Tuesday that it will send an additional $1.7 billion in funding to Ukraine, in a bid to help President Volodymyr Zelensky pay public sector-employees. Joe Biden has previously told Americans that they would have to sacrifice their quality of life to prop up Kiev. The aid package, which was announced by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), was described as "direct budgetary aid" to "ensure the Ukrainian government can continue operating.." It is the second such tranche of aid announced by USAID in less than two weeks, bringing the agency's total spending on Ukraine to date to $4 billion... In total, the U.S. has allocated more than $55 billion worth of military and economic aid to Ukraine since February.

Judge expresses concern about harsh DOJ methods in misdemeanor arrest of Navarro

Judge expresses concern about harsh DOJ methods in misdemeanor arrest of Navarro | 15 July 2022 | The federal judge overseeing the contempt of Congress case against Peter Navarro on Friday questioned the decision of prosecutors to publicly arrest the former Trump White House trade official rather than just summon him to court. Just the News reported Wednesday on the growing outcry among legal experts against perceived Justice Department strong-arm tactics targeting skeptics of the 2020 presidential election outcome and other critics of the Biden administration. An architect of Trump administration trade policy, Navarro produced in an unofficial capacity a three-part report questioning the "fairness and integrity" of the 2020 presidential election. Navarro was publicly arrested by FBI agents at Reagan National Airport just outside Washington, D.C., last month on misdemeanor charges that he acted in contempt of Congress by defying a subpoena from House Democrats' committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. According to Navarro, federal agents put him in handcuffs, leg irons, strip-searched him, denied him a chance to call his lawyer, and deprived him of food and water.

20% of Deaths Reported After COVID Vaccines Related to Cardiac Disorders, CDC Data Show

20% of Deaths Reported After COVID Vaccines Related to Cardiac Disorders, CDC Data Show | 15 July 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,341,608 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and July 8, 2022, to the [primary government-funded system] Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That's an increase of 12,473 adverse events over the previous week. The data included a total of 29,460 reports of deaths -- an increase of 187 over the previous week -- and 243,466 serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period -- up 1,566 compared with the previous week.

Milley still hasn't responded to Banks, Grassley letter with questions on 'commitment to civilian control'

Milley still hasn't responded to Banks, Grassley letter with questions on 'commitment to civilian control' | 15 July 2022 | Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Mark Milley still has not responded to an April letter from Republican Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley and his House colleague Republican Study Committee chairman Jim Banks of Indiana regarding his recent alleged statements from a 2021 book, the lawmakers say. Banks and Grassley sent the bicameral letter to Milley in April as a follow-up to his September 2021 congressional testimonies where the general was "questioned about controversial statements you allegedly made to the authors of several recent books." Milley never gave an official response to the letter, the lawmakers say... "General Milley's silence speaks volumes," Banks told Fox News Digital on Thursday. "If General Milley keeps stonewalling, Senator Grassley and I will look for answers elsewhere."

EU adds severe allergies as side effect of Novavax COVID vaccine

EU adds severe allergies as side effect of Novavax COVID vaccine | 14 July 2022 | The European Medicines Agency on Thursday identified severe allergic reactions as potential side effects of Novavax Inc's COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine was [insanely] authorized by U.S. regulators on Wednesday, and its product label in the United States warns against administering the shot to people with a history of allergic reactions to any components of the shot. The EMA said it would also update the product information for the vaccine to add unusual or decreased feeling in the skin as a new side effect.

Federal judge pauses dismissal of Air Force members who refuse vaccination

Federal judge pauses dismissal of Air Force members who refuse vaccination --The dismissed lawsuit, which began locally, has now affected Air Force servicemen around the world lobbying similar protests. | 15 July 2022 | A federal judge has issued a temporary pause on dismissing members of the U.S. Air Force over their refusal to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Cincinnati's U.S. District Court Judge Matthew McFarland ordered the Air Force to stop discharging service members who claim religious exemption from vaccine requirements. The pause is currently set to last 14 days. The local lawsuit, which started with just under 100 plaintiffs at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, now impacts thousands of Air Force personnel worldwide. "We are pleased by the judge's decision protecting the constitutional rights of service members who have dedicated their lives to protecting our constitutional rights," attorney Chris Wiest told local outlet FOX19.

Wholesale inflation surges 11.3% in June, accelerating more than expected

Wholesale inflation surges 11.3% in June, accelerating more than expected --Economists expected the producer price index to climb by 10.7% | 14 July 2022 | Wholesale prices accelerated again in June as inflation seeps throughout every part of the U.S. economy, squeezing businesses and American households in the form of higher prices for most necessities. The Labor Department said Thursday that its producer price index (PPI), which measures inflation at the wholesale level before it reaches consumers, climbed 11.3% in June from the previous year. On a monthly basis, prices grew by 1.1%. Both of those figures are higher than the 10.7% annual and 0.8% monthly estimates from Refinitiv economists, underscoring just how strong inflationary pressures still are.

Canada resuming mandatory random COVID-19 testing for air travellers

Canada resuming mandatory random COVID-19 testing for air travellers | 14 July 2022 | The federal government is bringing back mandatory random COVID-19 testing for air travellers coming into Canada, starting July 19. A little more than a month after pausing the measure, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) announced Thursday it will be re-implementing random testing for fully vaccinated air travellers arriving into the country at four major Canadian airports: Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Toronto... The mandatory random testing only applies to fully-vaccinated travellers. Unless exempt, unvaccinated travellers will still have to test on days one and eight of their mandatory 14-day quarantine. If a fully-vaccinated traveller tests positive, a 10-day isolation is required, regardless of the province or territory in which the traveller resides. Mandatory random testing continues at land border points of entry, the government added.

Ivana Trump, President Donald Trump's first wife, dies at age 73

Ivana Trump, President Donald Trump's first wife, dies at age 73 | 14 July 2022 | Ivana Trump, the first wife of former President Donald Trump whose high profile marriage was only eclipsed by a scandalous divorce, died Thursday afternoon at her Manhattan apartment. She was 73. Police responded to a call of a person in cardiac arrest at 10 East 64th Street on the Upper East Side at 12:40 p.m., and police sources said Ivana Trump was found unconscious and unresponsive at the bottom of a set of stairs. The police are investigating whether she fell and, if so, whether the fall contributed in any way to her death, the sources said.

Dutch Dairy Farmer Faces Having to Cull 95 Percent of His Cows

This is why they're building insect farms for Klaus Schwab: Dutch Dairy Farmer Faces Having to Cull 95 Percent of His Cows --'I can't run a farm on 5 percent' | 14 July 2022 | In the Netherlands, dairy farmer Martin Neppelenbroek is near the end of the line. New environmental regulations will require him to slash his livestock numbers by 95 percent. He thinks he will have to sell his family farm. "I can't run a farm on 5 percent. For me, it's over and done with," he said in a July 7 interview with The Epoch Times. "In view of the regulations, I can't sell it to anybody. Nobody wants to buy it. [But] the government wants to buy it. And that's why they [have] those regulations, I think."

Canadian gov't invests $8.5 million in insect agricultural company to 'develop more sustainable' food products

Canadian gov't invests $8.5 million in insect agricultural company to 'develop more sustainable' food products | 29 June 2022 | (London, Ontario) Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada revealed June 27 an $8.5 million investment to Aspire, an insect agricultural company, to build a new production facility in Canada. The facility will process cricket-based protein, helping to advance the use of insect proteins in human and pet food products. According to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, food-grade processing of insects is relatively new in Canada; however, insect-based proteins create an opportunity for the country's agri-food industry to develop more sustainable products... Founded in 2013, Aspire strives to tackle worldwide food scarcity [created by and for the WEF to hasten the arrival of Klaus Schwab's Great Reset] with a focus on edible insect production, therefore developing highly nutritious foods and lowering its environmental impact. Currently, the company has production facilities in London, Ontario, and Austin, Texas.

US Inflation Quickens to 9.1%, Amping Up Fed Pressure to Go Big

US Inflation Quickens to 9.1%, Amping Up Fed Pressure to Go Big --Consumer price index climbed 1.3% from May, most since 2005 --Increase reflected higher gasoline, shelter and food costs | 13 July 2022 | US inflation roared again to a fresh four-decade high last month, likely strengthening the Federal Reserve's resolve to aggressively raise interest rates that risks upending the economic expansion. The consumer price index rose 9.1% from a year earlier in a broad-based advance, the largest gain since the end of 1981, Labor Department data showed Wednesday. The widely followed inflation gauge increased 1.3% from a month earlier, the most since 2005, reflecting higher gasoline, shelter and food costs. Economists projected a 1.1% rise from May and an 8.8% year-over-year increase, based on the Bloomberg survey medians. This was the fourth-straight month that the headline annual figure topped estimates.

Disturbing new footage shows Salvador Ramos roam Uvalde school halls, cops running away from gunshots

Disturbing new footage shows Salvador Ramos roam Uvalde school halls, cops running away from gunshots | 12 July 2022 | Cops responding to the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting ran away from gunshots while 19 children and two teachers were left to die in their classrooms, according to new footage of the horrifying attack published Tuesday. The disturbing video, first obtained by the Austin American-Statesman, shows how police officers dillydallied in the hallway of Robb Elementary School instead of charging toward 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos as he systematically slaughtered 21 people on May 24. The 77-minute clip shows officers rushing into the school just minutes after 18-year-old Ramos began his rampage, but rather than confront him, they stopped and lingered -- with one cop in a helmet and vest even seen using a wall-mounted hand sanitizer and checking his phone. The officers are also captured fleeing down the hallway when Ramos fires in their direction, according to the footage taken from school security cameras.

Full video shows extent of botched police response to Uvalde school shooting

Full video shows extent of botched police response to Uvalde school shooting | 13 July 2022 | Full video documenting the Uvalde, Texas school shooting lays bare in devastating detail how police botched the response to the massacre that left 19 kids and two teachers dead. The footage, released in full by the Austin American-Statesman, depicts upsetting scenes that show cops dilly-dallying in the hallway instead of charging toward 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos as he systematically slaughtered 21 people on May 24. The Statesman published both condensed clips and the full 82-minute video Tuesday, sparking further outrage over cops' inaction. The security video footage that was leaked to the newspaper revealed a cop in a helmet and vest using a wall-mounted hand sanitizer and checking his phone as Ramos was inside an unlocked classroom with children. It also showed officers fleeing down the hallway when Ramos fires in their direction.

Jacinda Ardern will bring back hated Covid restrictions as New Zealand battles its biggest-ever outbreak - with 11,000 cases a day

Jacinda Ardern will bring back hated Covid restrictions as New Zealand battles its biggest-ever outbreak - with 11,000 cases a day | 13 July 2022 | New Zealand is set to tighten its Covid restrictions and will hand out more free masks and rapid antigen tests as the virus threatens to run out of control [in one of the most heavily vaccinated countries in the world]. Covid-19 Response Minister Ayesha Verrall is expected to announce the measures on Thursday as the country battles an outbreak that is seeing more than 11,000 new cases a day. The move to hand out more RATs is aimed at getting more people to test and isolate if they are found to have the disease. New Zealand has a "traffic light" system to grade Covid warnings and currently the country sits on Orange.

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