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  1. https://www.livescience.com/monkeypox-outbreak-europe The overall risk of contracting the virus remains low amongst the general public, as again, the pathogen requires prolonged close contact to spread, according to the UKHSA statement. However, "we are particularly urging men who are gay and bisexual to be aware of any unusual rashes or lesions and to contact a sexual health service without delay," Hopkins said. (The Spanish news outlet El País reported that the eight suspected cases in Spain were intitially flagged at a clinic that treats sexually transmitted diseases.)
  2. John Coleman writes in his excellent book 'Conspirator's Hierarchy' that: - The Tavistock Institute and Stanford Research LITERALLY DESIGNED The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Free Love Hippie Culture, LSD, Rock & Roll and other Counterculture in such a way as to SHOCK older demographics into SWINGING HARD RIGHT CONSERVATIVE - This DARING PSYOP ensured that PUBLIC SUPPORT AMONG ADULT AMERICANS for the disasterous VIETNAM WAR stayed HIGH for many many years - the DEGENERATE FLOWER POWER YOUTH HAD TO BE WRONG ABOUT THE WAR AFTER ALL? - Could it be that WOKE is INTENTIONALLY DESIGNED to CAUSE AMERICA TO SWING HARD RIGHT ONCE MORE, IN ANTICIPATION OF ANOTHER WAR OR SERIES OF WARS THAT IS/ARE IN THE PLANNING? - WOKE has PISSED OFF SO MANY PEOPLE that many will VOTE RIGHT in AMERICA in 2024 and 2028 in order to "MAKE THE WOKE SHIT GO AWAY". - And then the GREAT WAR, GREAT RESET, GREAT WORK REALLY BEGIN?
  3. Or put a lightbulb between your teeth.for that "1000 Watt Smile"
  4. This is how Click Farms work: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/click-farms-internet-china-154440209.html
  5. Apparently most other big celebrities on Twitter also have on average 40% - 50% FAKE FOLLOWERS: https://time.com/6171726/elon-musk-fake-followers/
  6. The original "don't tase me bro" video from 2007...
  7. I've been seeing this more and more in online discussions frequented by American Internet users: - Original Poster: "The selfish behavior of large companies is harming society." - First Reply: "A company has no responsibilities or obligations toward society. Its sole responsibility is to make money for its shareholders." I've been seeing this line so much online that I am assuming: - Many Americans are indoctrinated in various ways to think like this - And an army of paid trolls is posting this specific line over and over everywhere that matters I personally find the concept of Companies not having any reponsibilities whatsoever toward greater society very very strange. So people in society are expected to act responsibly, bu a company which is nothing more than a group of people working towards a shared goal somehow has no responsibilities other than making profit for "shareholders"? Does anybody else think that this is a very very strange and destructive concept?
  8. Americans finally waking up? https://thehill.com/opinion/international/560480-us-finishes-dead-last-in-media-trust-among-46-countries-heres-why/ The U.S. media is the least trustworthy in the world, according to a comprehensive new Reuters Institute survey encompassing 46 countries. Yes, you read that right. The country with among the most resources in this arena – human, technical and otherwise – finished dead last. Finland ranked the highest, with a 65 percent trust rating. In Kenya, the trust rating clocked in at 61 percent. But here in the U.S.A., the home of global media giants including the New York Times, Washington Post and CNN, we’re trusted by a whopping 29 percent of those reading and watching. Is anyone really surprised? Because in looking at polls over the past few years (even pre-Donald Trump) we’ve been trending in this dubious direction for some time. For example, one Axios/Survey Monkey poll in 2019 found that nearly 8-in-10 independent voters said they believed that news organizations report news “they know to be fake, false or purposely misleading.” Ninety-two percent of Republicans felt the same way, as did even a majority of Democrats. Which means readers and viewers believe that the “mistakes” we so often see, particularly in the political media that dominates the national landscape, are not happening because of human error, which is a convenient excuse offered up from left-leaning “journalists” when “bombshell” reports end up being false, fake or purposely misleading. Russian collusion with the Trump campaign? The Mueller Report didn’t find proof of that despite all the “evidence” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) claimed he had but never produced. That “story” dominated the first three years of the Trump era regardless, so that two-thirds of Democratic voters believe the Russians actually altered vote tallies to tip the election from Hillary Clinton to Trump. How about the bombshell Russian bounties of U.S. troops? Never happened. How about that COVID-19 came from a Wuhan lab that studies coronaviruses and engages in gain-of-function research? We’ve gone from reckless conspiracy theory to somebody like Jon Stewart appearing on The Late Show with Steven Colbert to make the argument that it’s a very real possibility. I could go on and on but have finite space here. For dozens of more examples, check out Sharyl Attkisson’s comprehensive list of media malfeasance over the past few years. She’s currently up to 156 examples. But it wasn’t always this way. Back in 1976, in the days of anchors such as Walter Cronkite, John Chancellor, David Brinkley and Roger Mudd, nearly three-quarters of the country trusted the media, according to Gallup. Fast forward to 2021, and the likes of Chris Cuomo, Jim Acosta, Brian Williams and Yamiche Alcindor are given the same prestigious titles of anchor or correspondent. These aren’t anchors, of course, they’re patently partisan opinion hosts. All share their feelings, their opinions – which always support the blue team – and pass it off as objective news reporting. Which, of course, is an insult to those who have eyes and ears and brains. And trust is like toothpaste: Once it’s out of the tube, it’s impossible to regain. Example: The New York Times hasn’t endorsed a Republican presidential candidate in 65 years, which means the so-called paper of record endorsed Walter Mondale in 1984 and Michael Dukakis in 1988, who lost a combined 89 states. Talk about being out of touch. The Washington Post has never endorsed a Republican presidential candidate in its history. CNN – once a beacon of solid, objective reporting in the Bernard Shaw/Gulf Wars era – has become a parody of itself in losing nearly 75 percent of its audience since the beginning of the year, an unprecedented drop. In other words, don’t expect the new Cronkites and Brinkleys of the world to swoop in and save journalism in the U.S. anytime soon. Fortunately, the news we get on the local level has remained largely unchanged. Viewers get the big stories regarding crime, human interest, sports and the weather. Trust in local news hasn’t changed much since 1976. The reason? Local news almost always keeps opinion out of its reporting, while national political media injects plenty of it, invariably in support of Democratic efforts, into stories outside of op-ed sections and in actual news stories. One of the best studies on the move to opinion came in a 2019 RAND Corporation report that analyzed content from 15 print and television outlets over nearly three decades (1989 to 2017). The newspapers studied were The New York Times, Washington Post and St. Louis Post-Dispatch, while CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox and MSNBC were analyzed on the TV front. Digital journalism was represented by Politico, The Blaze, Breitbart News, BuzzFeed Politics, The Daily Caller and The Huffington Post. “The findings point to a gradual and subtle shift over time and between old and new media toward a more subjective form of journalism that is grounded in personal perspective,” reads RAND’s conclusion. Not exactly facts first, but feelings first. The U.S. is the least-trusted country of 46 when it comes to the way consumers view the news. If that isn’t a wake-up call for the industry, I’m not sure what would be. Joe Concha is a media and politics columnist for The Hill and a Fox News contributor.
  9. Hilariously the Dark Web - the most heavily watched and surveilled corner of the Internet by far - ALWAYS manages to somehow "HIDE" its activities for years before there is a 'Police Operation'. All the DEEPLY ILLICIT SHIT going on there goes on for 4, 5, 6 years before a button is pushed to crack down on it. And the excuse is always "they hid their activities so well that it took years of investigating..." bla bla bla bla... NOBODY can hide on the current Internet. The "World Wide Web" was designed to be a SURVEILLANCE DRAGNET from the minute the idea of an INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER NETWORK was floated. That was in the 1960s if I am not mistaken...
  10. Long expose, but worth the read: https://www.revolver.news/2022/05/biden-minster-of-truth-nina-jankowicz-and-the-secret-nato-funded-cabal-to-subvert-western-democracies-using-disinformation-as-cover/
  11. "Crypto/blockchain is completely decentralized. Governments cannot..." bla bla bla... https://www.google.com/amp/s/finance.yahoo.com/amphtml/news/portugal-makes-u-turn-cryptocurrency-162405089.html Portuguese Minister of Finance Fernando Medina said cryptocurrencies will be subject to taxation in the near future, according to comments in the nation's parliament on Friday, as reported by Sapo. “Many countries already have systems, many countries are building their models in relation to this subject and we will build our own,” Medina said on the taxation of crypto. "The government has said that [it] will move forward with the taxation of crypto," Susana Duarte, an associated partner at Abreu Advogados law firm in Lisbon, told CoinDesk. While she confirmed the new policy will include a capital gains tax, the government, she said, has not yet explained how staking or yield farming might be affected. Portugal was previously considered a tax havenfor cryptocurrency investors, in part due to an effective capital gains rate of zero. "There is no specific law, it is just a lack of regulation that led to the zero taxation in Portugal," said Duarte. "This together with an understanding published by the Portuguese tax authority in 2016 meant that only crypto-related businesses can be taxed." As for her local clients, Duarte said there's concern, with both individual and corporate entities seeking clarification and certainty on the government's proposal. The current capital gains tax rate for financial investment in Portugal is 28%. Portugal's changed stance on taxes brings the country in line with many other nations around the globe. Among them are Australia – where earlier Monday that country's tax office warned investors of the need to report capital gains and losses on crypto each year – the United Kingdom and the U.S.
  12. "Them oppressive patriarchal persons with penises dominated binary norm obsessed hetero-fascist society challenging glass ceiling breaking cis-sistered non-binary hexadecimal LGBTQIAUSB PLUG AND PLAY Angels Of Social Progression And Representation". Please upgrade to Windows 11 now.
  13. You mean "them fucked up wussies". I just saved you from being charged with a premeditated misgendering genocide violence offense!
  14. The video: This looks strongly like a MADE-FOR-MAINSTREAM-MEDIA MK-Ultra to me. The kid does not hesitate at all, moves through the supermarket LIKE A KILLING MACHINE and coldly executes innocent people who've thrown themselves on the ground by shooting them in the head. The red flag is his EXTREMELY YOUNG AGE, the CLICHEED 4CHAN/ONLINE MANIFESTO BEHAVIOUR and the fact that HE CHOSE A TARGET SITE SEVERAL HOURS DRIVE FROM WHERE HE LIVES. I think this kid is a MIND-CONTROL DRONE. Who, aged just 18, is SO PASSIONATE ABOUT SOMETHING AS UNIMPORTANT AS SKIN COLOR that he TURNS INTO AN UNFEELING ANGEL OF DEATH?
  15. 18 year old livestreams himself shooting his way through predominantly black supermarket. At least 10 dead, 13 shot. 106 page online manifesto claimed to be by him conveniently talks about non-Whites replacing White people in the USA, that White birthrates have to be above 2.06 per woman, and apparently some Anti-Semitic stuff. Hmm. All the clichees in 1 event. https://bnonews.com/index.php/2022/05/mass-shooting-supermarket-buffalo-10-dead/
  16. 1 - Set up a Social Media site with shit functionality... like SMS length message limit... 2 - Get clueless technorati reporters to promote it for no reason 3 - Profit
  17. How do we know she wasn't killed by SWAMP GAS? If it can produce fake UFO sightings, maybe it can shoot journalists in Israel as well?
  18. Scary shit... https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-05-10/report-immigration-officials-spying-on-majority-of-americans https://americandragnet.org/ Formed in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, ICE was given sweeping powers to fight terrorism and enforce immigration law. Since then, the agency has collected data on hundreds of millions of Americans largely without much oversight or accountability, often crossing legal and ethical lines to amass people’s personal information to weave a vast surveillance system, according to the Georgetown report. Among other findings, the report documents that ICE has driver’s license data for 3 in 4 adults living in the U.S.; has scanned at least 1 in 3 of all adults’ driver’s licenses with face recognition technology; can track the movement of vehicles in cities that are home to nearly 3 in 4 adults; and can locate 3 in 4 adults through their utility records. In California, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill in 2020 that promised to protect utility customer data from exposure to federal immigration officials. But ICE officials found a way around the law, purchasing access to hundreds of millions of Americans’ utility records provided by data brokers Thomson Reuters and Equifax. When state officials discovered that the agency was using a state system to view driver’s license information, legislators passed Assembly Bill 1747 in 2019, which prohibits ICE from gaining access to the system for civil immigration enforcement purposes. But ICE found a way around this too. The Georgetown report suggests that ICE may have accessed driver’s license data collected by California DMV through LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a data broker. Documents show that the California DMV directly sells its data to LexisNexis. Since March 2021, ICE has contracted with LexisNexis to access driver records.
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