It’s true – the climate fanatics are coming for your car – “It’s not a conspiracy theory to believe the green elites don’t give a toss about working people.” – Brendan O’Neill

Shifting the cost of Net Zero from industry to households is unjust and ineffective – Paul Homewood  – HERE COMES THE ADDED TAXES PASSED ON TO THE CONSUMER TO PAY FOR CLIMATE SCAMS IN THE UK!!!!!

EVs Indicted – “Imagine for a moment if the oil and gas sector had direct (or indirect) connections to slavery, child labor, or working conditions so dangerous that thousands of their workers were dying on the job every year. The uproar and indignation would be heard from here to Houston. But in the case of the world’s supply of cobalt—an element that is a critical ingredient in the batteries that are driving the global EV craze—the response to the widespread use of child labor and hell-like working conditions in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has gone largely unnoticed and vastly under-reported. Until now.” – Robert Bryce

The Narcissism Of Woke Totalitarianism – “Anyone who thinks the terrifying trend of posthumous censure will end with Roald Dahl is dreaming” – Michael Shellenberger

New York Times readers confront the manifest failure of masks to do anything, cope and seethe – “What remains of Team Mask is a bunch of deeply irrational people, and there is no reasoning with them.” – eugyppius

The South Australian government wants you to take their word for it that the unvaccinated are 5x more likely to die from Covid – “A masterclass in PR & marketing” – Rebekah Barnett

Air Canada to use controversial facial recognition technology in a trial phase at major airports – “The airline plans to expand the digital technology that infringes on the privacy rights of travelers.” – Anthony Murdoch


Biden Goes All in on Proxy War Against Russia – “No, Joe, that’s not Hunter you’re sniffing. But Zelensky is a pretty good substitute – every bit as corrupt, drugged-up and delusional as the First Son. So hug away. You have already proven (repeatedly) that there is no betrayal of America’s true homeland security you will not eagerly embrace. And, yes, unlike the manifold images on Hunter’s laptop, this picture of the purported hero of the free world snorting cocaine was probably photo-shopped. But so what? How would our addle-brained President tell the difference! After all, he apparently can’t even tell the difference between friend and foe.” – David Stockman

The Relationship Between the American People and Its Evil Government Is the Epitome of Mass Stockholm Syndrome – “Hostage or slave of the state matters not, as both are based on submission and compliance. Becoming a hostage is initially a matter of force, and becoming a slave to the state can be due to voluntary acceptance or force. To become a victim of either, one must acquiesce to some ‘authority,’ whether voluntarily or due to physical entrapment or kidnapping. However, both situations require a giving up by the victim, or in many cases, to assume a loyalty to his captor to such a degree as to result in a master/slave type relationship. This is exactly what has happened with the American citizenry, as most have succumbed to the abhorrent ideology of nationalism, which rests on the worship of the state as a god, regardless of the tyranny present.” – Gary D. Barnett

Waiting for Armageddon – “Or, not? The seriousness of our predicament cannot be overstated. We’re in the clutches of the insane with no institutional integrity, no political allies, no military allies, no cultural solidarity on which to draw. The only means of survival both figuratively and literally is in noncompliance. The only means of survival both figuratively and literally is in noncompliance.” – T.L. Davis

The Ukraine War’s Prelude to What? – “The longer this preview war goes on, the sooner will follow the nightmarish main attraction.” – Victor Davis Hanson

RINOS and Keeeeeeeeeeeeeeev! – “Remember when the Left opposed war? Now we have the Egg On Chorus, led by the personally pusillanimous but rhetorically Napoleonic Lindsey Graham, a Republican, who urges that Russian President Vladimir Putin be indicted, tried and convicted for war crimes a la Nuremburg… He also suggested that America send F-16 fighter jets to Keeeeeeeeeev – which, from the Russians’ point-of-view, would be regarded as exactly the same thing as it is from the U.S. point-of-view, when it is done by any other country egging on an enemy of this country and giving that country the means to attack this country. But, never mind. Putin Bad! Zelensky good!” – Eric Peters

War and the Constitution – “Can the president fight any war he wishes? Can Congress fund any war it chooses? Are there constitutional and legal requirements that must first be met before war is waged? Can the United States legally attack an ally? These questions should be front and center in a debate over the U.S. involvement in Ukraine. Sadly, there has been no great debate. ” – Andrew P. Napolitano

Shove Your Pronouns Where the Sun Doesn’t Shine – “I know I’m supposed to care, I just don’t. I know it’s mean, I just don’t give a damn. I’ll even go so far as to say I like it. Being told to care, or more to the point “obey,” is not something I do. So I have a policy of avoiding people who insist people do things to make them feel better, who try to force people to care, and/or list their “pronouns” in their social media bios. I’m not interested in your delusions.” – Derek Hunter

Chuck Schumer in True Panic Mode About Release of Jan. 6 Footage – “Why would they be so upset about people viewing the footage or knowing more about what went on that day? Isn’t that what they kept saying they wanted? Yet suddenly we’re seeing them melting down and coming up with all kinds of reasons why more light on the subject is such a bad thing.” – Nick Arama

Congressman Massie’s Perennial Tilting At The Department Of Education Windmill – “While Congressman Massie’s bill has almost no chance of becoming law (the Democrats in the Senate and the White House are sure to oppose it), it nevertheless deserves several moments’ consideration just because it stands as an effort to return the US government to its proper Constitutional boundaries. As of this writing, 16 other Representatives agree with Massie, that the Department of Education is the poster child for unconstitutional governance.” – Peter Nayland Kust

Fiddling while Ohio burns – “The Democratic elites aren’t even pretending to care about the East Palestine disaster. I’m calling it. We have finally hit rock bottom. Aided and abetted by the craven corporate media, the American liberal-left establishment has pushed the boundaries of ineptitude to the point of parody.” – Jenny Holland

Trump Performs Elemental Presidential Duties Biden Refuses To: Visits East Palestine, Ohio, Offers Supplies and Hope – “Joe Biden Missing In Action, Except For A Tweet Blaming Trump For The Derailment. In one single disastrous PR move, Biden proved beyond any doubt that he hates the American people, small town America, and cares not one iota for “our beautiful planet.” He hates the frogs and fishes too. As I reported yesterday, all aquatic life has died hideous deaths in the creeks in East Palestine. Not some—all. Nor is the catastrophe local, by all reasonable accounts.” –

Pete Buttigieg: The archetype of the Biden regime – “If there is one thing all Americans now know about transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg, it is that he is massively, moronically incompetent but thinks he is the smartest, most impressive person on the planet. As Victor Davis Hanson has noted, he is “the epitome of the empty résumé class.” He had no qualifications for the job beyond the fact that he ticks a couple of identity politics boxes, he’s gay and proud of it, and he’s a mind-numbed leftist. He is therefore, the perfect book cover for the Biden Cabinet catalogue.” – Patricia McCarthy

Ramaswamy For President? Did We Hear That Right? – “Excuse me if this sounds prejudicial, but most Americans will have trouble pronouncing, much less recognizing, Ramaswamy’s name. And PS: no one likes the smartest kid in the class who wants everyone to know he’s the smartest kid in the class. Some advice here: Ramaswamy needs to slow down, not just in his speech but also his reach. He must demonstrate that, unlike other great talkers who crashed and burned in striving for the presidency or serving in it, he’s actually up to leading and not just pleading. That he can run something bigger than a two-car funeral and, unlike Trump, has the situational awareness to delegate wisely to the right people and not get bushwhacked by the Deep State bureaucracy.” – Bob Maistros

As Globalists Use One False Flag After Another To Hammer Home ‘The Great Reset,’ America Gets Pummeled By More ‘Grey Terror’ This Week While Crazy New ‘Clinton Body Count’ Story Hits – Stefan Stanford

Epstein-linked Clinton advisor allegedly hanged himself from tree after shooting himself in chest with shotgun – “Ammunition and a gun case were found in Middleton’s vehicle — but the weapon itself never turned up. The sheriff’s report on the disturbing scene where a top Bill Clinton advisor with ties to Jeffrey Epstein was found shot and hanged from a tree has finally been released, prompting sleuths to question why the death was ruled a suicide.” – Olivia Rondeau  – NOTHING TO SEE HERE. MOVE ON!!!!!!!!

Here’s How Fast Things Have Changed in Brazil Since the Election – “Things are declining rapidly in my country. I have no idea whether Brazil will end up like Venezuela or Argentina or if something will happen before we hit rock bottom. But since the inauguration of the “new old” leftist government of populist president Lula, it’s one bad news after another in politics, economy, freedom, and liberty.” – Fabian Ommar

The U.S. And Europe vs. Russia And China – The “Alliances Of The Apocalypse” Have Formed – Michael Snyder


This “Strong” Economy Is a Facade Built Out of Debt – “Retail sales surged in January, creating the impression that the economy is humming along nicely. After all, there can’t be a problem if consumers are out there consuming, right? But a lot of people are ignoring a key question: how are people paying for this shopping spree? As it turns out, they’re putting a lot of this spending on credit cards. Even with a big 1.8% decline in retail sales in December, revolving credit, primarily reflecting credit card debt, grew by another $7.2 billion that month, a 7.3% increase.” – Michael Maharrey

CBDCs — The good, the bad, the ugly – “It is not clear what encouraged central banks to think about introducing their own digital currencies, other than possibly a feeling that if they didn’t do something, then private sector money could threaten their monopoly. Initially, bitcoin was touted as sound money with a hard stop of 21,000,000 coins and proof of ownership recorded on a blockchain. Bitcoin’s strength was to be the opposite of fiat currency weakness, whose expansion is the primary means by which a central bank stimulates an economy. But if central banks think that bitcoin could overturn fiat currencies, they merely exposed their own ignorance about the nature of money and credit.” – Alasdair Macleod

“Things Could Get Worse In Hours, Days, Or Weeks” – “Fed minutes. And years more of this” – Michael Every

Will 7% Mortgages Crush Housing? – “The biggest-ever housing bubble becomes the biggest ever housing bust” – John Rubino

Spring Selling Season Starts Ominously: Mortgage Applications to Purchase a Home Plunge to Lowest since 1995 – “Prospects of 7% Mortgages Return. Surge in activity in January from very low levels has fizzled.” – Wolf Richter

Energy traders, flush with cash, are moving into crops and metals – Archie Hunter, Isis Almeida and Devika Krishna Kumar, with assistance from Jack Farchy


Deutsche Bank AG STOCK QUOTE –11.47EUR


Foods to Stock Up On (for Daily Use or Emergencies) – “We’ll help you choose the best foods to stock up on for a working pantry and short term emergency food supply. My favorite grocery store is a half an hour away, so I do my best to always keep pantry staples on hand.” – Laurie Neverman  – HAVE LINKED SIMILAR ARTICLES IN THE PAST. HERE’S ANOTHER ONE!!!!

50+ Foods That Last 10 Years – Katherine Peterson

Gold & Silver – Precious Metals After The Collapse – Ken Jorgustin  – GOOD DISCUSSION IN THIS ARTICLE. WILL GOLD AND SILVER BE AN ALTERNATIVE. IT DEPENDS!!!!!!

How To Recondition Old Gasoline – “There is no denying just how important gasoline is in today’s age. Even after you go off-grid, you will find it hard to get away from gasoline. You need to run your vehicle. If you have any gas-powered tools, you need gasoline, unless you are willing to put all your projects on hold. It is also a good idea to keep some on hand in case you need to run your generator. The only problem with gasoline is storing it. Gasoline not only breaks down chemically, but it will also lose its potency if it has been stored for too long.” – Kyle B

How to survive rising sea levels in coastal areas – “Regardless of one’s political stance on global warming, it’s undeniable that it is taking place right now, and it is impacting our daily lives.” – Bob Rodgers


Jeremiah 7:9-10   Will ye steal, murder, and commit adultery, and swear falsely, and burn incense unto Baal, and walk after other gods whom ye know not;  And come and stand before me in this house, which is called by my name, and say, We are delivered to do all these abominations?