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06/18/2024 07:49 PM

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06/17/2024 10:20 PM
There's a strong case that ALL of them should be pardoned.

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06/17/2024 05:14 PM
CALLS FOR JUSTICE: Criminal Referral Requests Against Anthony Fauci, Deborah Birx, Rochelle Walensky, and Other Public Health Officials Have Been Submitted to District Attorneys in Louisiana

The Vires Law Group, in conjunction with the Edward L. Tarpley, Jr., APLC and bolstered by the support of the Former Feds Group Freedom Foundation, has announced the submission of criminal referral requests to the District Attorneys of nine Louisiana parishes.

The referrals call for the initiation of criminal investigations against Dr. Anthony Fauci, Deborah “Scarf Lady” Birx, Rochelle Walensky, Peter Daszak, and other public health officials for alleged crimes committed against Louisiana citizens preceding and during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The parishes of Caddo, East Baton Rouge, Jefferson, St. Tammany, Orleans, Lafayette, Lafouche, Tangipahoa, and Rapides are the focus of these 30-page criminal referrals, detailing accusations that have stunned the local communities, according to the press release.

Funded by contributions from entities like the Diamond Mind Foundation and the Fight Like A Flynn PAC, this legal action raises significant questions about the conduct of public health officials during one of the most devastating health crises of our time.

Attorneys Rodriguez, Miller, and Tarpley have requested that the District Attorneys refer these cases to Attorney General Liz Murrill for further investigation and potential charges.

These referrals are made on behalf of next-of-kin relatives of nine victims in Louisiana who have sought legal assistance in investigating the deaths of their loved ones.

Allegations include mismanagement of COVID-19 infections under hospital protocols, intentional suppression, and denial of life-saving treatments within Louisiana hospitals, nursing homes, and other facilities.

The criminal referrals accuse Dr. Fauci, current and former federal officers, and hospital systems providing care within Louisiana of committing crimes as per Louisiana criminal code. The alleged crimes include:

Terrorism – by Causing Intentional Killing or Infliction of Serious Bodily Injury (La. R.S.
First Degree Murder (La. R.S. 14:30)
Second Degree Murder (La. R.S. 14:30.1)
Manslaughter (La. R.S. 14:31(A)(3))
Human Trafficking (La. R.S. 14:46.2)
Prohibited Racketeering Acts (La. R.S. 15:1353)
Cruelty to Persons with Infirmities (La. R.S. 14:93.3)
False Imprisonment (La. R.S. 14:46)
Second Degree Kidnapping (La. R.S. 14:44.1)
Battery (La. R.S. 14:33)
Simple Battery of Persons with Infirmities (La. R.S. 14:35.2)

The individuals and officers subject to the requested criminal investigation include:

Anthony Fauci, ex-Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Cliff Lane, Deputy Director, NIAID
Francis Collins, ex-Director, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Deborah Birx, ex-White House COVID Response Coordinator & former Director of DOD HIV Research at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
Rochelle Walensky, ex-Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Stephen Hahn, ex-Commissioner, Federal Drug Administration (FDA)
Robert Redfield, ex-Director, CDC
Peter Daszak, President, EcoHealth Alliance
Rick Bright, Director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA)

BREAKING – Criminal referral requests against Anthony Fauci and other public health officials have been submitted to District Attorneys in Louisiana.

“The criminal referrals accuse Dr. Fauci, current and former federal officers, and hospital systems providing care within…

— McCullough Foundation (@McCulloughFund) June 14, 2024
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UPN: United Patriot Network
06/15/2024 10:27 PM
Government subsidies are destroying our food diversity. Why aren't more farmers growing "heritage" grains and other crops? Blame the government.

The renowned whiskey writer Clay Risen recently recounted in The New York Times how nal t'eel, a Mexican corn varietal grown on the Yucatán Peninsula for more than 4,000 years, was saved when a local craft distillery started making whiskey with it. While a gripping and inspiring tale on its own, the resurgence of nal t'eel is also part of a much larger story arc. Over the last decade, the heritage whiskey movement has exploded—part of an even larger ancient and heirloom grain revival.

While there is disagreement on what constitutes an "heirloom" or "heritage" grain—some point to grains developed prior to World War II whereas others define them as varietals brought to the New World by immigrants—they have become catch-all terms for grains that have not undergone significant genetic modification regardless of their age. The results range from whiskey made with Jimmy Red Corn to an artisanal bakery's millet-and-sorghum sourdough loaf.

It's not just hipsters, foodies, and the health-conscious who are swapping their bleached flour for stone-ground buckwheat. The world's ancient grain market is projected to grow at a 37 percent compound annual growth rate, reaching $10 billion by 2032. As Sarah Herrington, a nutritionist at Brio-Medical, summarized it: "We're seeing a return to the traditional, over the conventional."

Yet "the conventional" is growing, not shrinking. Since the early 1990s, the acreage planted in the basic "big four" crops—corn, soybeans, wheat, and cotton—has expanded. If consumers are increasingly interested in a return to old-school grain and crops, why aren't more farmers following suit?

Answer: the U.S. government.

Switching crops could mean turning down what is essentially free money.
The government subsidizes up to 60 percent of the cost of crop insurance premiums, but that comes with a catch: This and other subsidies are heavily skewed toward monoculture farming—growing a single crop on most or all of a farm's available acreage. This means less crop diversity, less experimentation with obscure grain varietals, and less sustainable and regenerative farming practices. It also increases soil erosion and the use of fertilizer and pesticides.

Modern farm policy began under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, with the aim of helping struggling farmers during the Great Depression. That initial legislation applied to a specific list of commodity crops, and although the list has expanded somewhat over time, it remains limited and discourages farmers from experimenting with specialty types of grain.

"Todayʼs crop insurance, for farmers like myself raising corn, soybeans, and wheat, is generous and safe," says Doug Doughty, a grain and livestock farmer in Missouri. "It guarantees a profitable yield and revenue. At the same time, that discourages innovation into more specialty crops that could better diversify and benefit our food supply." Empirical research has likewise demonstrated that subsidies reduce crop diversification, as farmers often replace non-subsidized crops with ones that are subsidized.

We see this play out in the realm of perennial crops—defined as crops that live longer than two years and therefore don't need to be replanted annually—which, alongside heirloom crops, are key players in the modern regenerative agriculture revival. The environmental benefits of perennial crops are vast: They sequester more carbon than annual plants, limit soil erosion, and reduce the use of pesticides.

One of the most promising perennial grains is Kernza, a wheatgrass species that many see as a replacement for conventional wheat and other cereal grains. While researchers just recently made Kernza viable, its derivation from wheatgrass means its ancestry goes back millennia. Kernza lasts for 3 to 5 years, and its deep root system not only helps it pull carbon out of the air but also allows the plant to better survive extreme weather events such as droughts.

Yet only around 4,000 acres of Kernza are currently planted in the U.S.—and as agricultural economists have pointed out, it will never be able to replace traditional annual crops unless the system is overhauled. "You can't just change the crops," the University of Iowa economist Silvia Secchi told NPR in 2022. "This is a whole system that we need to modify."

That's because the current crop insurance system is tied to losses sustained annually, not losses over a multi-year span. Therefore, although many perennial grains can technically be insured, there is no ready mechanism for insuring the entire lifetime productivity of a perennial crop. Perennials also often require more up-front time and investment to bear results, which is likewise not accounted for under the current insurance program.

The repercussions extend beyond grain to other rediscovered crops as well. American hazelnuts, which some have been heralding as a replacement for soybeans in the Upper Midwest, are likewise perennials and face a similar uphill battle.

Unsurprisingly, those that benefit most from the current system—Big Agriculture and large global seed conglomerates—lobby vociferously for protecting the current system and maintaining the monoculture monolith.

"As long as you have economic protection over one crop, then it prejudicially diminishes the viability of an innovative competitor in the marketplace," Polyface Farms owner (and self-described "Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic") Joel Salatin said in 2014. In his perfect world, he added, we would "shut down the [Department of Agriculture] and let farmers rise and fall with their own innovation and the savvy of the marketplace."

Taking the opposite approach to American farm policy, New Zealand decided in the 1980s to eliminate almost all of its farming subsidies. Rather than experiencing calamity, farm productivity increased, agriculture grew as a percentage of the country's overall GDP, and biodiversity improved as fertilizer use declined.

As long as our government keeps a thumb on the scales and determines what crops our farmers should prioritize, we will miss out on the many known benefits and those yet to be discovered about more diverse grains. A new farm bill is moving through Congress now, and the debate over it will reach a crescendo in the coming weeks. It might be time to pick up a bottle of heritage whiskey—not just for relief, but to offer some solidarity to this small corner of the food world.

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06/14/2024 03:26 PM
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UPN: United Patriot Network
06/14/2024 02:59 AM
Hunter wasn't convicted for buying a gun. He was convicted for lying on the paperwork.

The intelligence agents who claimed the info on Hunters laptop was Russian disinformation were not ''cautous'', they were damn liars who were deliberately covering Biden,s ass. ALL of them should be fired and prosecuted, including everyone at the top.
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05/29/2024 06:12 PM
The U.S. has stopped all humanitarian aid efforts using the DOD-constructed maritime pier, which is now heavily damaged & floating adrift after bad weather. With seven different land crossings into Gaza, one wonders just why they needed a pier in the first place.

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05/26/2024 09:34 PM
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05/26/2024 07:31 PM
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UPN: United Patriot Network
05/23/2024 09:13 PM
It's time to end Julian Assange's indictment charade. Long past time, actually.

Australian "radical transparency" activist Julian Assange got a boost this week in his efforts to avoid extradition from the U.K. to the U.S. to face multiple Espionage Act charges. On Monday, the U.K.'s High Court ruled that Assange could once again appeal the U.S. government's attempt to extradite him.

American national security bureaucrats and prominent political figures have never forgiven Assange and WikiLeaks for exposing clear-cut war crimes committed by U.S. forces in Iraq during the George W. Bush administration. The U.S. government used its own document classification system and policy to conceal those war crimes, which included the murder of journalists and Iraqi civilians caught on video from a U.S. Army helicopter.

Yet the coverage of the High Court's most recent decision in Assange's favor by outlets such as the BBC, the Associated Press, ABC, and The New York Times includes no reference to that fact. There's no mention of how the "leader of the free world" used patently undemocratic methods not only to hide criminal conduct by its military but also to politically and legally destroy Assange and Chelsea Manning—the whistleblower who leaked the helicopter murder video to WikiLeaks.

Over the years, Assange and his allies have slowly but surely been gaining support to get the U.S. government to drop the case. One of Assange's most significant victories came in February 2024 when Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese joined 85 of his colleagues in Parliament in supporting a motion calling on the U.S. government to end the legal case against Assange "so that Mr. Assange can return home to his family in Australia."

While Albanese's rhetorical support is helpful, he could do more to resolve this matter quickly. For decades, Australia and the U.S. have operated joint intelligence-related bases on Australian soil, which are vital to the U.S. national security establishment. If Albanese were to suggest that a failure to drop the charges against Assange would force Australia to reconsider hosting U.S. intelligence operations, it would send a clear message to the Biden administration about the high cost of continuing the Assange prosecution.

Some might argue that such a threat could backfire. The dispute in 1985 over New Zealand's ban on U.S. nuclear-armed or nuclear-powered ships docking at its ports led to a major rupture in relations. However, the geopolitical situation in the Pacific is far different today, as is Australia's defense and security relationship with the United States.

In light of China's growing influence in the region, a threat by Australia to reevaluate security cooperation with the U.S. unless the Assange indictment is dropped would send political shock waves through Washington. Just last month the Biden administration floated a trial balloon in the press about dropping the Assange indictment. A not-so-subtle nudge by Albanese, coming on the heels of this week's High Court ruling, might be enough to convince Biden that it is time to close the books on the Assange episode once and for all.

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05/23/2024 06:54 PM
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05/23/2024 03:17 AM
Ever want to grab Biden and Trump by the neck, shake them violently, and yell, "You idiots! What the heck did you expect?"

I do, all the time.

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05/23/2024 12:46 AM
Western Civilization Is Being Destroyed by Self-Hating Whites

Guest Post by Paul Craig Roberts

Dear readers, I recommend that you watch the video about how white people are intentionally framed by black agitators and other white people for hate crimes that never happened. If you don’t care to watch the documentary, at least read the short article about how the life of University of Virginia student Morgan Bettinger was ruined by a lie.

My comments on the event go beyond Gage Klipper’s rendition of the story. It is much more than Morgan Bettinger’s story. It is a story of what white people have done to themselves.

Critical race theory, which finds racism in everything white–works of art, literature, language, math, science, history–has its origins in the Jewish Frankfort School of Cultural Marxism. It is now an obligatory part of the American professoriate’s world view. Even if you don’t believe it, you have to profess it, or you are done for. To deny that white people are racist is considered proof that you are a racist.

When a Black Female Lives Matter agitator accused Morgan Bettinger of saying something she never said, which witnesses confirmed she never said, no white person came to her defense. Not the white University of Virginia students, the white professors and university president and administrators, and not the white media. All the whites jumped on denouncing the racist Morgan Bettinger. Even when she got cleared, the charge was replaced by another. She was found to be “insensitive” to the hurt that the charge against her represented. In other words, she was supposed to apologize and ask forgiveness for something she did not do. Her failure to grovel was insensitive. So she was sentenced to community service, re-education sessions, and conditionally expelled if she failed to complete her sentence.

It sounds absurd, but this is the position of White People today throughout the Western World.

European women who complain of being raped by open borders immigrant-invaders risk being presented as making “racist accusations” and committing a “hate crime.” A European man who goes to the defense of a women being raped risks being charged with “the use of violence against a protected category.” Whites have lost the ability to protect themselves against immigrant-invaders and people of color.

Remember the case in St. Louis, Missouri, when Antifa & Black Lives Matter marched through the closed gates of a white community threatening mayhem. One white couple stood in front of their home with guns warning the trespassers not to damage their property. None of the trespassers were arrested, but the white couple who defended their property was arrested by a white Democrat and were coerced into a plea bargain.

This is what it means to be a white person in America today. Even President Donald Trump can be indicted on trumped-up charges by illiterate black quota hires put in power by gentile-hating billionaire George Soros’ money.

Most black Americans are not part of this extraordinary unprecedented assault on white Americans. The assault comes from white Woke intellectuals and cultural Marxists and from a few blacks singled out for privilege in university admission, employment, and hiring. It is brainwashed whites and a small privileged class of blacks who are assaulting the large white majority, and the white majority has submitted to the assault.

As I recently reported, thanks to indoctrinated white executives in companies with 100 or more employees, 94% of the new jobs went to blacks who comprise 12.6% of the US population. Whites who are 59.3% of the population got 6% of the jobs. Blacks are also favored in promotions. Soon blacks, a small percent of the population, will have as many top jobs as the majority whites. Indeed, this is the announced policy of the black Secretary of Defense who has put all white military promotions on hold because “there are too many white officers.”

How long before we hear, or have we already, that there are too many white people?

White majorities in the United States and indeed the entirety of the Western World, having accepted their demonization, have enabled their conquest and reduction to second class citizenship. Indeed, Joe Biden and various European political leaders have welcomed the transfer of moral authority from the native ethnicities to the immigrant-invaders. Biden said that it is a good thing that white Americans are being replaced.

A US federal judge has just ruled that a Florida state law that prevents non-US citizens from engaging in voter registration drives discriminates against non-citizens. If the judge’s ruling stands, immigrant-invaders are now protected identically with citizens by the US Constitution. In other words, the meaning of citizenship has been destroyed. Immigrant-invaders have the same rights as citizens.

The unasked question remains. Why does the US spend an annual fortune defending against Russia, China, and Iran, but refuses one cent to be spent to halt the 3.6 million (official figure) immigrant-invaders who enter the US annually? America, indeed the entire Western world, is being transformed far more by immigrant-invaders than the West would be by Russian invasion.

Why does the West spend huge amounts of money in defense of Ukraine’s border but refuses to defend its own borders?

Western insanity goes even further. It has been documented that the US government spends white taxpayers’ money to recruit immigrant-invaders from 160 countries, and works with NGOs to provide, lodging, food, health care, and maps to help the immigrant-invaders make the trip with the least discomfort. It is OK with the California government for immigrant-invaders to be police officers with the ability to arrest US citizens and it is OK with the New York city council for immigrant-invaders to vote in city elections. Some members of Congress are proposing that immigrant-invaders be recruited for the US military.

While immigrant-invaders are being conflated with US citizens, where are conservatives and Republicans? They are focused on saving Ukraine and Israel.
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05/21/2024 08:32 PM
It's too early to say what will happen in Iran following the long-overdue death of Ibrahim Raisi, but somepeople in Tehran were celebrating his death with fireworks. New elections will take place in June, but Iran has never been known for its free and fair elections, and this one is likely to be a farce too.

How long before the people rise and and say "Enough!"? I don't know. The Shah stayed in power for decades before he was tossed out. I honestly though it might happen about twelve years ago - and it likely would have, if Obama hadn't turned his back on the situation.

Yesterday, I reported on the death of Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian and President Ebrahim Raisi—seen as the likely successor to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who is 85—in a helicopter crash near the border with Azerbaijan. Some of Tehran's residents, who live in opposition to the regime, celebrated with fireworks in the streets.

Raisi's rival for succession had, up until the president's death this past weekend, been Mojtaba Khamenei, the ayatollah's 55-year-old son.

This presents a bit of a crisis domestically. "With previous supreme leaders arguing that hereditary rule under the shah was illegitimate, 'they would be hard-pressed to sell hereditary leadership to the Iranian people now,'" Shay Khatiri, senior fellow at the Yorktown Institute, told The New York Times. In other words, the fact that Mojtaba is Ayatollah Khamenei's son is going to look mighty bad if he is indeed picked to be Raisi's successor.

But it's not like Raisi (nicknamed the "butcher of Tehran" for his role in ordering executions following the Iran-Iraq war) had been a shoo-in: a notoriously uncharismatic man, who was perceived as merely a foot soldier of the ayatollah, was not particularly effective except insofar as he allowed the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps lots of leeway to do whatever they wanted.

New presidential elections will take place at the end of June. If past elections, in which the ayatollah has put his thumb on the scale to disqualify certain candidates (80 percent of candidates in a 2016 election and 50 percent in a 2020 election), are any indication, these one will be a sham, too.

It's worth noting that the helicopter accident really does look like an accident. But also, Iran has quite a history of tech malfunctions that take powerful people out. "In previous years, at least two cabinet ministers and two leading military commanders have died in similar crashes," writes Arash Azizi at The Atlantic, adding that "suspicions will inevitably surround the crash" and for good reason: "Air incidents that killed high political officials in Northern Rhodesia (1961), China (1971), Pakistan (1988), and Poland (2010) are still often subject to speculation."

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