February 25, 2021 | by Thomas Luongo
The Greening of the Grid Froze Texas
Polar winds scream out of Canada in seeming revenge for Joe Biden canceling the Keystone XL pipeline. Texas’ power grid collapsed as temperatures more likely in Sioux Falls than San Antonio roared in plunging more than 4 million people into darkness and without heat. How can this have possibly happened in a place whose entire cultural identity revolves around producing energy? Simple. Texas’ deregulated energy market went green over the past decade. In the past ten years, according to the EIA, Texas retired more than 5,000 MW of coal-supplied power while spinning up more than that in windmills. Wind produces … Continue reading
February 25, 2021 | by No Author
Thank God for the Proud Boys
A little more than a year ago, 2,000 antifa tried to shut down my speech at UC Berkeley, according to police on the scene. The Berkeley police chief had ordered her officers to stand outside the building like mute ninjas, and make no arrests, unless they personally witnessed a felony being committed in front of them. So barring a bank suddenly popping up on the sidewalk and an antifa attempting to rob it, I had no official protection from 2,000 violent, mentally disturbed thugs. Thank God I had the Proud Boys. There had been no warning of the antifa mobilization … Continue reading
February 25, 2021 | by Alasdair Macleod
Monetary Inflation: the Next Step
Earlier this month the US Treasury released its plan to flood the financial system with cash by reducing its balance on its general account at the Fed by $1.229 trillion by not renewing an equivalent amount of T-Bills. Separately, the Fed will continue with its QE at the rate of $120bn every month, which combined with the Treasury’s plans means an inflation of the money supply totalling $1.829 trillion [(120×5 months)+929+300] is in progress from the beginning of this month until end-June. This does not include the planned stimulus of $1.9 trillion. The banks do not have the balance sheet … Continue reading
February 25, 2021 | by Jon Rappoport
Defeating Covid Test Fraud: Memo to Lawyers and Clients
As I’ve detailed in my current series of articles on the COVID PCR test fraud, the test is run in cycles.  Each cycle is a quantum leap of magnification of the swab sample taken from the patient. When the test is run at 35 cycles or higher, the result is meaningless. Millions of those results are false-positives. The patient is falsely told he is “infected.”  However, most labs FRAUDULENTLY run the test at 40 cycles, or even higher. And the labs do not disclose, to patients or doctors, how many cycles they are deploying.  [3a] [3b] So…here … Continue reading
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February 25, 2021 | by Paul Craig Roberts
Democrats Imprison First Amendment for Sedition
Glenn Greenwald explains the Democrats’ determination to obliterate the First Amendment. The Democrats have resurrected the Third Reich in America. To further stamp out opposition to their one-party rule, the Democrats intend to criminalize American gun owners, thus obliterating the Second Amendment. To relieve the Establishment of the bother of independent citizens is why the presidential election and the Georgia US Senate election were stolen. The Supreme Court failed Americans by refusing to look at the evidence of electoral theft. Justice Clarence Thomas dissented from the decision which he said “is not a prescription for confidence.” Continuing belief in our system … Continue reading
February 25, 2021 | by Walter E. Block
Addendum to Tom DiLorenzo’s Magisterial Outing of ‘America’s Stalinist Universities’
DiLorenzo, Tom. 2021. “America’s Stalinist Universities.” February 24; My friend Tom wrote the following: “The university administrators knew that Walter Block himself would never apologize, and neither would I, the sponsor of the lecture. So they pressured several members of the economics department who were not even at the lecture to write a letter of apology in the student newspaper, which they dutifully did. That letter was a lie, since it was signed by “The Economics Department” despite the fact that I did not even hear of the letter as it was being written and certainly did not sign it, … Continue reading
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February 25, 2021 | by No Author
31 Reasons Why I Won’t Take the Vaccine
The following list was created by the Israeli rabbi Chananya Weissman. Many thanks to MC for the tip. 1. It’s not a vaccine. A vaccine by definition provides immunity to a disease. This does not provide immunity to anything. In a best-case scenario, it merely reduces the chance of getting a severe case of a virus if one catches it. Hence, it is a medical treatment, not a vaccine. I do not want to take a medical treatment for an illness I do not have. 2. The drug companies, politicians, medical establishment, and media have joined forces to universally refer to this … Continue reading
February 25, 2021 | by Phillip F. Nelson
Clint Peoples’ Final Interview (Last of the Secret Files Oral History)
On August 15, 1989, four and one-half years after his original 1984 interviews with Gerald Saxton for the Dallas Public Library, Peoples sat down with Saxon again, as well as Cindy Smolovik, to review and update his earlier statements. These pages were appended to his earlier oral history such that the eleven pages below were numbered according to the previous sequence and are the final pages that were withheld from the public until 2012. Clint Peoples began his law enforcement career as a deputy sheriff in Conroe, Texas in 1930. In 1941 he joined the Texas Department of Public Safety … Continue reading
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February 25, 2021 | by John W. Whitehead
Machinery of Death: When the Government Acts as Judge, Jury, and Executioner
“Police fail to grasp that they are public servants for peace. They should provide a civil service, to enforce the laws equally, without bias and with discretion. They must understand that they do not have immunity or special privileges and — most importantly — are just responsible for apprehending suspects, and should not act as judge, jury and executioner, which too many of them truly believe themselves to be.”—Frank Serpico, former police detective who exposed corruption within the NYPD The government should not be in the business of killing its citizens. Nevertheless, the U.S. government continues to act as judge, jury … Continue reading
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February 25, 2021 | by Joseph Mercola
Public Health Officials Are Lying About Lockdowns
As Ivor Cummins demonstrates in the video above, available data reveal lockdowns have been completely ineffective at lowering positive test rates, while extracting a huge cost in terms of human suffering and societal health. All of the reports and studies reviewed in his video are also available on his website, TheFatEmperor.com.1 To that long list of evidences, we can add yet another report from Canadian pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Ari Joffe, which shows lockdown harms are about 10 times greater than the benefits.2 In his 51-page paper,3 “COVID-19: Rethinking the Lockdown Groupthink,” Joffe reviews how and why initial modeling predictions … Continue reading
February 25, 2021 | by No Author
‘Undermining Faith in NATO’ Is Now Grounds For Twitter Ban, Because Certain Kinds of Politics Have Become a Religion
Heresy against NATO has apparently joined the ever-expanding list of sins that will get one erased from Twitter, as Big Tech mounts a crusade against infidels at home and abroad on behalf of values of Our Democracy. Twitter announced bans on 373 accounts it connected to “state-linked information operations” on Tuesday. Some of them, the company said, “amplified narratives that were aligned with the Russian government” or “focused on undermining faith in the NATO alliance and its stability.” Twitter is a US-based company, and the First Amendment of the US Constitution guarantees freedom of speech as well as religion. Under that set of rules, anyone’s faith in … Continue reading
February 25, 2021 | by Ryan McMaken
Why Dominion’s Defamation Lawsuits Are Garbage
Dominion Voting Systems is suing MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell for $1.3 billion. This comes in the wake of other Dominion lawsuits against Trump advisors Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell. All are accused of lying about Dominion’s supposed complicity in using the company’s vote-counting software to favor presidential candidate Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. The company claims Lindell’s accusations “have caused irreparable harm to Dominion’s good reputation and threatened the safety of our employees and customers.” In the case of Giuliani, the company claims: “For Dominion—whose business is producing and providing voting systems for elections—there are no accusations [other than Giuliani’s … Continue reading
February 24, 2021 | by Joseph Mercola
‘Papers, Please’: Vaccine Passports Have Officially Arrived
For a weary public longing to get back to normalcy, vaccine passports represent a tantalizing carrot, being dangled as a mechanism for freedom. By showing proof that you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine, perhaps you can once again board an airplane and travel freely, attend a concert or enjoy a meal in your favorite restaurant, just like you used to. Except, being required to present your “papers” in order to live your life isn’t actually freedom at all — it’s discrimination, and even a move toward technocratic fascism, one that’s setting the stage for increased surveillance and erosion of your privacy. … Continue reading
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February 24, 2021 | by No Author
Why I Don’t Criticize Russia, China, or Other Unabsorbed Governments
Depending on whose political echo chamber I happen to be arguing with on a given day, one common criticism I run into a fair bit which many of my readers have surely also encountered is that I put all my energy into criticizing the foreign policy of the United States and its allies. “You’re not anti-war, you’re only anti-AMERICAN wars!” they say, as though they’re delivering some kind of devastating slam-dunk point. “If you’re so antiwar, why don’t you criticize Assad’s war in Syria? If you’re such an anti-imperialist, show me where you’ve ever once criticized Russian imperialism, or Chinese … Continue reading
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