Dangerous Precedent: NZ court orders baby removed from “anti-vax” parents – “The key detail here is that the parents have not, in any way, refused their child medical care – the usual prerequisite for this kind of court order. They want their son to have the surgery, they are simply setting reasonable terms. Now, whether or not the parents are correct and spike proteins do pose a threat, they have every right to try and do the best for their child as they see fit. To any pro “vaccine” people out there who are not OK with this, answer this simple question: What if parents of a vaccinated child had specifically requested vaccinated blood transfusions, and the court had removed the baby and injected it with unvaccinated blood…would that be OK?” – Kit Knightly  – A MUST READ FROM KIT!!!!

Are we finally reaching peak climate hysteria? – “The eco-derangement of the elites is a threat to reason, freedom and jobs.” – Brendan O’Neill

Criminal FDA Authorizes Pfizer and Moderna Bivalent Booster COVID Injections for Babies 6 Months Old to 4 Years – Brian Shilhavy

The WEF Wants Your House to Be Worth ZERO, to Achieve “Net Zero” Carbon – “Most Homes and Buildings will Become “Stranded Assets”. Was your home (single family or multifamily) NOT built to the WEF’s 10 Green Building Principles published in 2021? If the WEF gets its way, your building could become a “stranded asset” — that is, abandoned due to changes in regulations — unless you perform an expensive and often impossible retrofit — at your expense, of course!” – Igor Chudov

AG Moody: It is Time to Prosecute C19 Shot Crimes – “Open Letter to Attorney General Moody” – Dr. Joseph Sansone

IF WE STAND DOWN, EVIL WILL RULE THE WORLD (VIDEO) with Maria Zeee – “Australian truth journalist Maria Zeee joins me to discuss real life Hunger Games down under, and current good – and bad – news from around the world.” – SGT Report

Global central banks racing to implement digital currencies as cities convert to ‘smart’ infrastructure: Track and control grid being erected right under our noses – “The Central Bank of Nigeria announced it will begin, effective in January, restricting cash withdrawals from banks and ATMs to just $45 per day as part of a push to move the country toward a cashless economy. If this were a one-off, I wouldn’t bother writing about it. But it comes on the heels of mega-banks announcing similarly creepy new policies in recent months in China, India, Russia, Brazil, Sweden, the U.S. and many other nations, all pointing to an imminent switch over to a global digital money system.” – Leo Hohmann

Vaccine injuries and deaths are undercounted in official data – “Until they acknowledge that the data is unreliable, Experts will continue to be baffled by the rise in excess mortality and disease” – Rebekah Barnett



The Tool of Tools – “At what point in his arduous take-over of Twitter did Elon Musk realize that the package came with a joker in the deck: James A. Baker, formerly general counsel of the FBI? Did he wonder: what is this guy doing here? Mr. Baker, you understand, was notoriously at the center of the FBI’s FISA court fuckery that got the ball rolling in the Crossfire Hurricane operation, Act One of RussiaGate, as well as the Alpha Bank caper concocted by Hillary Clinton (disclosed this year by special counsel John Durham), and probably every other sedition pie the FBI cooked in its oven in those years, considering Mr. Baker’s position as chief legal advisor to Director Chris Wray. When the alt-news media caught onto Mr. Baker’s nefarious activities, he became inconvenient to the agency, was re-assigned to some nebulous task (polishing Mr. Wray’s cuff links?) But then, mysteriously, Mr. Baker got hired by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in June of 2020 — the heat of a presidential election — to work under Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s general counsel (and chief of “legal, policy, and trust” [ha!])” – James Howard Kunstler

Martin Bormann Phone Home – “You have probably heard about – and may even know – people who refused to buy VWs and Mercedes-Benzes because of the dealings of those companies with the government of national socialist Germany during the years the national socialists ran Germany. Well, how about cars made under the auspices of the Chinese Communist Party? You know, Teslas. Word has just leached out that Elon Musk will be importing a Chinese executive to oversee the new Tesla plant in Austin, Texas. His name is Tom Zhu and The Street says the Texas gig may be just a stepping stone to his next gig as the future CEO of Tesla. But what about buying a Tesla built by a company that not only has direct ties to China but has a senior executive who is an emissary-agent of the Chinese Communist Party? All of this is interesting on a number of levels, ” – Eric Peters

The Season Finale Of The Hit Show ‘Proxy War’ – “Everyone’s talking about the hit series Proxy War, an astronomically high-budget production based on an actual military conflict whose season finale is set to air this month. Promotional materials for the episode hint at a heartwarming season wrap-up that’s sure to make wholesome viewing for the whole family, with series star Volodymyr Zelensky being awarded 2022 Person of the Year by Time Magazine. This will cap off a wild first season which has seen our hero appear on the cover of Vogue, deliver speeches for the World Economic Forum, the New York Stock Exchange, the Grammy Awards and numerous film festivals, as well as having high-profile meetings with celebrity actors and rock stars.” – Caitlin Johnstone

Jump the Curb – “The Supreme Court is the largest threat to the republic. The corrupt on the court, those who do not have the intellect, the honor or the desire to serve the public should not be there, deciding cases about a constitution they don’t believe in, care about or have one instinct to uphold. The politics are rigged, the military’s woke, the opposition party’s an illusion, the police don’t enforce the law, in fact, no one is enforcing the laws that need it, but minor transgressions are prosecuted with deadly force and life sentences. The social media are teamed up the the FBI to rig elections and the corporations like FedEx and UPS are feeding gun sales info to the ATF. What was that definition of fascism? When government and business collude against the people? Huh. When the enemy has captured every avenue of power, one must jump the curb and that’s coming fast.” – T.L. Davis

The Twitter Files: Just the Beginning – “What pertains to Twitter is surely true at Google (therefore YouTube), Facebook (therefore Instagram), Microsoft (therefore LinkedIn), and even Amazon (many great books were blocked from publication and distribution). At this point, one would have to be completely blind about the reality of what we’ve dealt with for almost three years: in the name of virus control, the country, its laws and traditions, its liberties and rights, were taken over by a junta with different ideas. ” – Jeffrey A. Tucker  – EXCELLENT POINT FROM JEFFREY!!!!

The Fake, and Real, Domestic Terrorists – “Who successfully sought a “revolution” in Washington—a bunch of random dudes in Michigan or the most powerful law enforcement agency in the world?” – Julie Kelly

4 Minutes of Undiluted Truth on Mainstream TV – “The last thing you’d ever expect to hear on a mainstream news channel, is the truth. But—strange as it might seem—that’s exactly what happened on Wednesday night on the Tucker Carlson Show. Carlson interviewed veteran journalist Glenn Greenwald in a 4-minute segment that provided the best ‘easy-to-understand’ summary of the Ukraine War you’ll hear anywhere.” – Mike Whitney

Americans Get the Best Fantasy Democracy and Propaganda That Money Can Buy – Stephen Lendman

Biden Cared More About Pandering To Minorities Than Recovering A Jailed US Spy From Russia – “The US’ enduring national security interests were irreparably damaged by this deal, which makes it even more of a strategic success for Russia than most folks realize. The latest Russian-US prisoner swap that saw businessman Viktor Bout exchanged for basketball player Brittney Griner was a self-inflicted embarrassment for the Biden Administration. Instead of securing the release of convicted spy Paul Whelan, which would have helped restore confidence in America’s intelligence assets that their patron will always fight for their interests if they’re ever caught red-handed breaking the law like he was, it preferred cutting a deal over the release of a minor sports celebrity.” – Andrew Korybko

The worst trade in history: a timeline of events that led to the Biden Administration prioritizing Brittney Griner over Paul Whelan Multiple administrations turned down Whelan for Bout.” – Jordan Schachtel

Senator Kyrsten Sinema Abandons the Democratic Party, Now an Independent – “Senator Kyrsten Sinema has finally had enough of Progressive legislation. As of today, she is an independent. If Sinema chooses to caucus with Democrats then the Democrats will retain their 51-49 edge. If not, it’s back to 50-50. The Wall Street Journal reports Kyrsten Sinema Switches to Independent, Complicates Democratic Control of Senate” – Mish

Innocent Homeowner Investigating Break-In Executed by Cops as They Stalked Him On His Own Property – “While investigating a potential break-in at his own home, an innocent homeowner was gunned down by police.” – Matt Agorist

Electric vehicles futile as a solution to ‘climate crisis’ – “The Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory recently released a study titled, “Assessment of Light-Duty Plug-in Electric Vehicles in the United States, 2010 – 2021,” which shows that in 2021, privately-owned plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and electric vehicles (EVs) “saved about 690 million gallons of gasoline.” However, that is a huge exaggeration because fossil fuels provide 61 percent of the electricity in the United States.” – Anthony Watts

Merkel Spills Beans on How U.S. and NATO Partners Planned War in Ukraine Against Russia – Strategic Culture Foundation

Italy Distances from ‘Cancellation’ of Russia – “Italy is marking distance from the Russophobic narrative in Europe. Again, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday that the West should consider how to address Russia’s need for security guarantees.” – M. K. Bhadrakumar

House passes pro-Taiwan measures that are sure to look anti-China to Beijing – “Though it carries some positive elements, TERA still contains harmful items leftover from the controversial Taiwan Policy Act.” – Michael D. Swaine




BlackRock: Prepare For Recession “Unlike Any Other”… And What Worked Before “Won’t Work Now” – Tyler Durden

The Jobs “Boom” Isn’t So Hot When We Remember Nearly Six Million Men Are Missing from the Workforce – “Those who support the everything-is-great narrative have responded to the unimpressive employed-workers numbers by dismissing them as a result of workers retiring and other demographic changes. These explanations, however, require that we ignore the fact that millions of men age 25-54—that is, men of working age—have removed themselves from the workforce. When so many men—men who would have been in the workforce 20 or 30 years ago—aren’t even trying to get a job, this lowers the unemployment rate and makes total jobs numbers look more impressive. ” – Ryan McMaken

Inflation is the fourth horseman – “While rich countries can afford to pay more interest on their debts, at least for awhile, it’s the poorer countries that are suffering most. Developing-world economies that borrowed heavily in dollars when interest rates were low, are now facing a huge surge in refinancing costs. They are not only facing higher interest rates, but have to use more of their own currencies to buy dollars. The buck has been climbing on the back of six consecutive Federal Reserve interest rate increases. A wave of defaults across developing nations would have major implications for the global economy, just as Asian debt contagion in 1997 spread to Russia and Latin America.” – Richard Mills

Have You Ever Raided Your Retirement Account? – “For better or for worse, people’s retirements are predicated on the stock market. And, for some, this will lead to disappointment in their golden years. But what choice do they have? A regular savings account is continuously eroded by the Fed’s inflation. Social Security is technically insolvent. Property investing has its own drawbacks. Yet people must somehow save and grow wealth. Currently, the 401(k) is the primary retirement savings vehicle for most Americans. However, this shouldn’t be your only form of savings. You should also save, invest, and grow wealth outside of a 401(k). That way, if you have an emergency, and you need quick cash, you don’t need to tap your retirement savings.” – MN Gordon

Economic Turmoil Resulting in New Sound Money Allies, Initiatives – “Well, it was a week of generally positive action in precious metals prices, as gold and silver continue to consolidate their impressive late November gains. As of this Friday recording, the whole precious metals complex is up.” -Mike Gleason

Pop and Drop or Straight Down – “Short and sweet this week. We have the PPI on tap tomorrow (writing this on Thursday), the CPI on Monday, and the FOMC on Wednesday. If the PPI and/or the CPI come in higher than expected, the pullbacks in metals and miners will be in full swing and the DXY rallies. “If the PPI and/or the CPI come in lower than expected, then we should be a lock for 50bp, and up we go in both metals and miners to a higher high before the wave pullback begins. Either way, a pullback in the monetary metals is coming. – David Brady

Why is Gold a Good Inflation Hedge? – Dave Kranzler

Deutsche Bank AG STOCK QUOTE – 10.10EUR



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25 Excellent Prepping Excuses the SHTF Won’t Care About at ALL – “SHTF doesn’t generally drop by at the most convenient of times, nor does SHTF care about your prepping excuses. In fact, SHTF thrives and grows exponentially under more adverse circumstances.” – Daisy Luther  – THIS IS A RE-LINK FROM A FEW YEARS AGO. VERY GOOD READ FROM DAISY!!!

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