Big Tech Coalition Is Developing a Digital COVID Vaccination Passport

A coalition of tech and health organizations including Oracle, Microsoft, and the Mayo Clinic, is reportedly working to develop a digital COVID-19 vaccination passport that would allow businesses, airlines, and governments to check if individuals have received the vaccine.

The Hill reports that a coalition of health and technology organizations are working to develop a new digital COVID-19 vaccination passport that could be checked by businesses, airlines, and countries to confirm if an individual has received the vaccine. The coalition includes tech giants such as Microsoft and Oracle, along with the Mayo Clinic.

On Thursday, the Vaccination Credential Initiative announced that it is developing technology to confirm vaccinations in case governments mandate that people provide proof that they have received a vaccination in order to travel.

The coalition hopes that the tech will allow people to “demonstrate their health status to safely return to travel, work, school and life while protecting their data privacy.” The group is using work from the Commons Project’s international digital document that verifies a person has tested negative for COVID-19.

Currently, the Commons Project’s system, which was created in partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation, is being utilized by three major airline alliances. The coalition is reportedly currently in discussions with several governments to create a program requiring either negative tests or proof of vaccination to enter the country, according to Commons Project chief executive Paul Meyer.

Meyer stated in a release: “The goal of the Vaccination Credential Initiative is to empower individuals with digital access to their vaccination records so they can use tools like CommonPass to safely return to travel, work, school, and life, while protecting their data privacy.”

Mike Sicilia, the executive vice president of Oracle’s Global Business Units, commented that the passport “needs to be as easy as online banking,” and added: “We are committed to working collectively with the technology and medical communities, as well as global governments, to ensure people will have secure access to this information where and when they need it.”

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Biden: We’ll Push to ‘Reopen a Majority of our K-8 Schools’ by the End of 100 Days

During a speech on Thursday, President-Elect Joe Biden stated that he will work towards safely reopening the “majority of our K-8 schools by the end of the first 100 days.”

Biden said, “We’ll also do everything we can to keep our educators and students safe, to safely reopen a majority of our K-8 schools by the end of the first 100 days. We can do this if we give the school districts, the schools themselves, the communities, the states the clear guidance they need, as well as the resources they need that they can’t afford right now because of the economic dilemma they’re in. That means more testing and transportation, additional cleaning and sanitizing services in those schools, protective equipment and ventilation systems in those schools. We need to make sure that workers who have COVID-19 symptoms are quarantined and those who need to take of their family members with COVID-19 symptoms should be able to stay home from work and still get paid.”

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AIDS caused by contaminated Hepatitus B vaccine: Dr Judy Mikovits

by Alexandra Bruce

Dr Judy Mikovits, top-level molecular virologist and author of ‘Plague of Corruption: Restoring Faith in the Promise of Science’ joins Lucas Alexander on the Age of Truth YouTube channel. Mikovits worked at the National Institutes of Health under Anthony Fauci for decades, who she says stole her proprietary research not once, but twice.

Since the very beginning of the COVID-19 psyop, Mikovits has been speaking out against the official narrative that has triggered the global lockdowns and economic collapse, calling it a “plandemic”, orchestrated by agents of Big Pharma.

She first crossed paths with Anthony Fauci in 1980, when she worked at NIH at the National Cancer Institute, where she collaborated with Dr Frank Ruscetti and helped him replicate the work of French virologist, Luc Montagnier to isolate the HIV virus. Fauci, who was her boss delayed publication of their paper for 6 months to let his protégé, Robert Gallo replicate, publish and take credit for their work.

She says the delay allowed AIDS to spread around the globe, which in turn helped Fauci get promoted in 1984 to Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, where he remains to this day.

In 2006, Dr Mikovits became director of Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease, collaborating again with Dr Ruscetti to search for the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). She discovered that 67% of women with CFS carried a virus—called Xenotropic Murine Leukemia-Related Virus (XMRV), which only appeared in 4% of healthy women.

XMRV is associated with prostate, breast, ovarian cancers, leukemia, and multiple myeloma. Many women with XMRV have given birth to children with autism. Mikovits and Ruscetti published their findings in 2009.

In 2011, their research strongly indicated that the highly-infectious XMRV virus was present in the MMR and Polio vaccines given to American children and in the Japanese Encephalitis vaccines given to US military personnel.

Mikovits says, “We recognized that this mouse retrovirus was causing an alarming national health crisis. That is, the blood supply and the vaccines were heavily-contaminated with mouse viruses of many strains.”

US doctor directing Covid response, Anthony Fauci is a total fraud

Before she could warn the public, Fauci used his power to silence her. When she refused, Dr Fauci stepped in and ordered all her computers and notebooks confiscated and he orchestrated the retraction of their science paper. He then removed all of Mikovits’ funding and prevented her from getting a job in government research from 2012 forward.

She believes that the AIDS epidemic that spread throughout the world was caused by the Hepatitis B vaccine, which was contaminated, “But this information was kept from people, as they spread the disease. They prevented therapies, like Peptide T therapy, which our colleague, the late Candace Pert and Dr Ruscetti had actually designed. It’s a modulated peptide [whereas, Fauci advocated] high levels of toxic AZT…

When Mikovits started her PhD thesis in 1987, it was only known that the molecule called the Helper CD4 T cell was the receptor where the HIV virus entered the cells. Later, it was discovered that Peptide T was blocking the interaction with a different chemokine receptor called CCR5.

She says, “Peptide T blocked the interaction from the monocyte to the T cell and was therapeutic – but they owned the patents on T cell therapy, so the therapies at the time were all targeted towards the T cell…and it was clear they weren’t working. Yet, the FDA prevented Peptide T from ever getting approval.”

Then, as now, she says, “Doctors were asking questions, not unlike today with COVID-19. We are asking questions and our questions are being censored – or our publications, as you’ve seen from what’s happened to me…

“We know now, 30 years later that the vaccines have driven essentially every pandemic and that’s why we’re calling them ‘plandemics’. Just like Zika in 2017, the Ebola outbreak in 2014, clearly was a lab-manipulated virus. I’m not going to say ‘engineered’, I’m going to say ‘manipulated’, because we grew it and that was one of my jobs…and I’m saying the exact same thing right now.

“So this coronavirus was grown in viral monkey kidney cells and spread around the world and the flu vaccines are contaminated with other viruses, other coronaviruses, other retroviruses, bird retroviruses…

“Our work in 2011 should have changed the world and COVID-19 is really a cover-up of those 50 million people, worldwide who they’ve infected now with gamma retroviruses, with contagious, cancer-causing viruses and this is why everything’s called COVID-19, no matter why you die.

“The virus SARS-CoV-2 satisfies zero of Koch’s postulates, meaning everybody with the infection gets the disease. It hasn’t been isolated and shown to be infectious and transmissible, the way we did in our 2009 paper. You take it out of one sick person, isolate it, purify it and then inject it or expose it to another sick person or an animal and get the same disease. That kind of work was done with HIV, was done with the XMRVS but hasn’t been done with SARS-CoV-2…

“I think there’s more than one virus there and I’m sure there are a few viruses there but the work to show the disease association hasn’t been done.”

As for the tests, she says the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests, “contain the RNA, but that’s not the virus that’s just the blueprint of the virus that’s just the RNA…so we don’t know that it’s actually SARS-CoV-2, versus another coronavirus closely related in crosstalk.”

So, when people test positive for SARS-CoV-2, she says it’s not really known what they’re testing positive for, because, “We’re not allowed to see the tests, we’re not allowed to see what they’re testing. We know they’re 80% false positives. All you’ve got is a piece of an RNA from a coronavirus. That’s all you know, is that a piece of that that’s not infectious and transmissible…

“I would say that COVID-19 the disease, is as I said, a ‘plandemic’, intended to take away our rights to – One World Order – to force us into a fear situation…The virus, SARS-CoV-2 exists. It’s not fake, it’s there but it has little to do with the disease, if anything to do with the disease, COVID-19…

“It’s pretty clear now, all the way back to Smallpox, outbreaks on the Spanish Flu of 1918, the Zika…the flu in 1957 and ’58, which was bad in this country was absolutely spread by a vaccination program, whether it be DTP, which is the vaccination program in Brazil, which spread Zika, where we activate expression of viruses that normally do nothing in animals; we jump them into humans with the spraying programs.

“So everything you see around our world that you’re saying; the 5G, the glyphosate, the spraying of Roundup and everything that they’re driving, these pandemics and yes, it’s deliberate because…everything they told us to do is harming our immune system and causing and driving the disease and any potential viruses around the globe.”

When asked if any vaccine was ever any good, she answers, “In my experience, since 1986 never has a safety study or an efficacy study been done on a vaccine. So, the answer is, I can’t say ‘yes’, because there’s no data. There’s no evidence to show these vaccines ever did anything and in fact, there’s much evidence to the contrary, as we look back and  we look at these things.”


Biden Team in MASSIVE Hurry to Shove it in Your Arm

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Joe Biden says he will release more COVID-19 vaccine doses to speed delivery to more people, his office said Friday. There’s no doubt we will watch COVID-19 completely disappear in 2021 and the mainstream media will claim Joe Biden is a hero.

Biden will take credit for the vaccine

“The president-elect believes we must accelerate distribution of the vaccine while continuing to ensure the Americans who need it most get it as soon as possible,” spokesman T.J. Ducklo said in a statement. Biden “supports releasing available doses immediately, and believes the government should stop holding back vaccine supply so we can get more shots in Americans’ arms now.”

After a glow of hope when the first vaccines were approved last month, the nation’s inoculation campaign has gotten off to a slow start. Of 29.4 million doses distributed, about 5.9 million have been administered, or 27%, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Biden has already indicated his displeasure. In a speech last week he said he intends to speed up vaccinations by having the federal government take a stronger role to make sure that vaccines are not only available, but that shots are going into the arms of more Americans. President Trump has delivered the vaccine to the states, and leaving it up to them to administer the shots.

“The Trump administration plan to distribute vaccines is falling behind—far behind,” Biden said. “If it continues to move as it is now, it’s going to take years, not months, to vaccinate the American people.”

Many Americans don’t trust the vaccine

The American Hospital Association estimates that the nation would need to vaccinate 1.8 million people a day, every day, from Jan. 1 to May 31, to reach the goal of having widespread immunity by the summer. That’s also called “herd immunity” and would involve vaccinating at least 75% of the population.

Without spelling out details, Biden said his administration will put in place a much more aggressive vaccination campaign, with greater federal involvement and leadership, and the goal of administering 100 million shots in the first 100 days.

Biden said he and Kamala Harris have been talking with state and local leaders about a coordinated approach that meshes the efforts of governments at all levels. Among the specifics: opening up vaccination centers and sending mobile vaccine units to hard-to-reach communities.

“The top thing is that there’s not a coordinated national plan,” Biden adviser Dr. Rick Bright told The Associated Press. Ducklo said Biden will share additional details next week on how his administration will engage the pandemic when he takes office on Jan. 20.


Congressional Aid for COVID Victims Takes Lessons from Parliament’s Stingy Aid to Irish in the Great Famine of the 1840s

The parallel of the American economic landscape from COVID’s deathly sweep seems far more like Ireland’s in the great potato famine  of 1845-52 than the Great Depression of the 1930s. And the stinginess and indifference by the upper classes ruling both countries to the suffering of those considered far beneath them—who always take the brunt of most catastrophes—in both countries has not changed an iota.

In Ireland, a million died of starvation  or from famine’s complications, bodies rotting where they fell. Nearly two million  fled the country, most heading for the U.S. In America today, nearly 400,000 deaths  from the pandemic are projected by year’s end Hundreds of unclaimed bodies are in refrigerator trucks (maximum storage: 50 each ) awaiting mass burials.

Most destitute Americans in the 1930s did indeed have a champion in president Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) whose first priority the day after his inauguration on March 4, 1933  was their long and short-term recoveries. He issued 103 Executive Orders  (EO) between March and June, mostly for New Deal programs covering unemployment, healthcare, housing, and food supplies.

Unfortunately, neither the 99 percenters of today nor those in Ireland then (and now) have had such a practical, tough, and caring leader who did yeoman’s work to put them back on their feet. The disasters made the populace totally dependent on upper-class decisions in Parliament then and Congress now about their fate. And the decisions in both cases were to employ the “herd immunity” policy of doing almost nothing—especially spending tax monies the stricken themselves provide over the years—to avoid deaths and long-term ailments of hundreds of thousands of ordinary people, the “commons.”

Ireland in the 1840s did have representation  in Parliament (105 in the House of Commons, 28 titled landowners in Lords). Congress today  has 100 members in the Senate, 435 in House. Serving in both bodies has required either wealth or influential donors and time away from businesses and professions—and travel expenses.

So in today’s Congress, half  its members are millionaires—as are those currently in the Irish Parliament. They move in elevated political and social circles. They also have enviable “perks” in transportation, dining, newsletter mailings, and the like.

With wealth, power, prestige, and perks, how could lawmakers possibly identify with victims of the famine or COVID or the urgency of relief measures? Besides, why would need for immediate help be considered if survivors could not (or would not) vote, and had yet to complain about their “taxation without representation?”

In both calamities, most affected have been either unaware of—or feel powerless about—legislative life-and-death decisions impacting them made in London or Washington, D.C. Judging from rulers’ inactions in both crises, most of those ruled have always believed they can do little to oppose leaders’ critical decisions supported by courts and armies—until millions form powerful movements and take appropriate actions. And today with the Internet—unlike radio and television requiring advertising money—it is the easiest way to connect millions of the commons than in any other time in history.

In practice, most people have been unaware of what is being designed in secret unless in modern times a trial balloon has been floated to test reactions. Both the Irish then and Americans up to recently usually have been presented with a fait accompli and must swallow it. But many refused. In Ireland it meant decades of guerrilla warfare against the British. Americans went for massive marches and placards on one hand and militant strike action on the other.

In this year’s five COVID relief bills, for example, no public hearings  were held, nor were wanted by Congress. Members’ cynical presumption was that constituents could always use emails, calls, and town halls to provide their representatives—and advisors and legislative aides—with feedback. They knew the most affected had neither the time nor inclination to provide input.

Hearings indeed would have slowed down dispatching emergency aid even for the two successful bills, but it has taken nine months for them to be signed into law. The last—Coronavirus Response Additional Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020 —passed because it was bundled with a vital $1.4 trillion bill  to keep government operations running until September.

With typical upper-class disregard for the hardships of commoners impacted by economic disasters, Trump used a sadistic Sunday signing prank  that cost more than 14 million a week of unemployment checks out of the 11 weeks before the March 14 permanent cutoff. But, then, three years ago he’d tossed paper towels  as mop-up relief for Puerto Rico’s desperate survivors of Hurricane Maria. At least when an equally disdainful, yet frightened, Queen Victoria  was finally persuaded to make a state visit to Ireland in 1849 when famine was ebbing, she donated £2,000 for relief.

Sadly, only a sprinkling of highly vocal populist legislative members—Prime Minister Robert Peel  to an extent and Sen. Bernie Sanders —have fought for legislative measures to provide genuine long-term solutions to adversities suffered by the lower classes. But most members in both eras have treated them with the same indifference and particular cruelty by control of the public purse.

In Ireland, famine relief  of the mid-1840s and early 1850s entailed free soup kitchens, a few pence per day on public-work jobs, or the workhouse. In 1847, the head of Britain’s relief operations for Ireland was the penny-pinching Sir Randolph Routh . He regarded the Irish as lazy and full of “all kinds of vice,” and was delighted to report:

The soup [kitchen] system promises to be a great resource and I am endeavouring to turn the views of the Committees to it. It will have a double effect of feeding the people at a lower price and economising our meal.

His counterpart of today, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI)  (2018 net worth: $39.2 million ),  just voted  to appropriate without question some $740 billion  to the Pentagon for FY2021. Yet two weeks later, he opposed giving any money for millions of COVID victims provided in the just-passed bipartisan economic stimulus bill (H.R. 133, Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 ). His rationale was:

While I am glad a government shutdown was avoided and that financial relief will finally reach many who truly need it, the fact that this dysfunction has become routine is the reason we are currently $27.5 trillion in debt. This combined spending bill will drive our debt to over $29 trillion by the end of this fiscal year….We do not have an unlimited checking account. We must spend federal dollars, money we are borrowing from future generations, more carefully and place limits on how much we are mortgaging our children’s future.

Sen. Bernie Sanders  (I-VT) has repeatedly blasted their upper-class view:

When it comes to tax breaks for rich people or corporate welfare or bloated military budgets, that’s OK. But when you stand up and you say that working-class families need some help, ‘Oh my God, the world is gonna collapse.’ So I am a little bit tired of that hypocrisy.

In both Parliament then and Congress now, a few members might have felt a twinge of guilt about that hypocrisy of their parsimonious actions—but not many. Most have been extremely grateful not to be among the millions facing a bitterly cold winter of discontent and despair over joblessness, homelessness, starvation—and death by famine or COVID.

Trying to provide relief and recovery to the victims of sudden Acts of Nature or financial crashes in both countries is perhaps the greatest illustration of class warfare. Most decision makers in Parliament and Congress have always had low regard for bankrupts and beggars as the “undeserving poor,” “layabouts,” or “welfare queens” bent on stealing taxpayer money (before they do).

Parliament passed only two relief laws for the Irish during the famine, both in 1847—the Destitute Poor Act and the Poor Law Extension Act . Total expense was £8 million of which  £7 million came from Irish taxes and £1 from Ireland’s landlords.

The first set up those soup kitchens which were to feed three million . The second law limited borrowers to local lenders. Unlike today’s COVID relief laws, neither major businesses, institutions nor financial houses were included in those laws.

Not so for Congress in the two of five COVID relief bills it finally passed this year.

In the first place, the bipartisan, Scrooge-like leaders never would have produced, much less passed, a stand-alone rescue bill solely for COVID’s jobless to pay their rent, utilities, food, and doctor bills. This was just shown by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell  (R-KY) blocking passage of a stand-alone House-passed bill for a one-time $2,000 stimulus check for most households. It was to replace the $600 allotted in the $900 billion Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021  which Trump  signed into law December 22.

Nor were they about to produce a stand-alone bill devoted solely to bailing out businesses and institutions. The 2011 Occupy movement notoriously identified the class system as the 1 percent rich against the 99 percent of most Americans. Our street demonstrators’ famous chant was “Banks Got Bailed Out/We Got Sold Out.” Greed suddenly got a bad name and might cost incumbents in the upcoming elections.

The solution was to combine both people and business-rescue operations and tout relief measures and hide greed. In the first relief bill, the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security), more than half of the initial funds were bailouts  to corporations and tax-extension breaks for the wealthy and other sources dimly related to relief for people.

That some of these allocations—later omitted by adverse publicity—were even included reflects on lawmakers’ pandemic priorities. Among them: $696 billion for the Pentagon; $105 billion to support mostly higher education; $7 billion to expand broadband internet access; $6.3 billion in tax deductions for business meals; $2.5 billion for NASCAR race tracks; $1.86 billion for a new FBI building; $1.5 billion for NASA; $1.5 billion for substance abuse prevention/treatment; $1.45 billion for at least two hospital ships; $1.4 billion for Trump’s border wall; $200 million for timber harvesting; and a permanent excise tax cut for producers of beer, wine, distilled spirits.

One infamous provision—the Paycheck Protection Program  (PPP)—initially was allocated $349 billion  in the CARES Act; today, it’s $285 billion. It involved forgivable million-dollar loans supposedly to smallbusinesses by the SBA (Small Business Administration) to cover employee wages until reopenings. But major corporations and institutions—some unaffected by COVID—were first in line siphoned off a lion’s share of the loan funds until complaints by enough small businesses were addressed. Too, because SBA loans are made through approved lenders such JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, etc. they charged that agency with 1-5 percent “processing fees” (PC), depending on the loan’s size. And have made billions. For instance, a 5 percent PC on an average loan of, say, $104,760 borrowed by 280,185 small businesses, the profit would be $1.5 billion.

As the nine months passed, COVID’s hardest-hit, the working-class, got less and less while COVID continued to decimate the population.

The first bill, the nearly $4 trillion CARES Act  whipped through Congress to Trump’s signature in seven days  by March 27. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin withheld nearly $500 billion from the people’s portion to invest it into businesses.

Provisions included a one-time, Trump-autographed $1,200 check to 159 million  families to “stimulate” spending, and a weekly $600 supplement to unemployment checks ending the day after Christmas. “Forbearance” was offered for student-loan payments and moratoriums for rent and mortgage payments—but only until December 31.

So legislative aides slogged back to the drawing board once more after a group of bipartisan House members asked for a $908 billion relief bill  to avoid a howling outcry by recipients when all benefits ended. The final draft was whittled down to $900 billion .

Its 5,593  pages included a one-time stimulus check of $600 for each family member to those earning lessthan $75,000 a year, an extension for unemployment checks until March 14 with the $600 supplement cut to $300 per week, and another extension for paid sick and family leave  until March 31. Homeowners with federal mortgages requesting forbearance would have a 90-day extension on foreclosures. Renters in federally subsidized housing were given a 120-day moratorium without penalties. Eviction moratoriums would last only until January 31. As for student loans, none were offered  because lawmakers decided nine months of forbearance until January 31 was sufficient.

Even with these cutbacks and brief extensions, key Republicans like South Dakota’s Sen. John Thune  (net worth: $384,509.50 ) opposed including that stimulus check to the unemployed. Combined with their weekly unemployment check, that would be double-dipping, he believed.

Meantime in today’s Ireland, equally hard hit by COVID and meager relief measures, the February elections resulted in a three-party coalition government—two for the upper classes and the fast-growing working-class party, Sinn Fein. The country’s FY2021 budget of $133.8 billion  may have had a line-item of $1.5 billion  for the military, but, as in the U.S., its COVID relief got so few additional crumbs from 2020, that Sinn Fein’s finance spokesperson  snapped that for ordinary workers and families the allocation was: “crumbs off the table—there’s nothing for renters, people on social welfare or pensioners and nothing in terms of childcare.” By May, Ireland had at least a million jobless  receiving a weekly $390 unemployment check. In the U.S., it was 20.3 million Americans  by November whose benefits averaged $319 weekly .

As financial columnist Nick Beams summed up the reality of the class system’s centuries-old appallingly cruel treatment of the commons in this Armageddon:

 When governments and central banks launched their multi-trillion-dollar bailout operations, they claimed the extraordinary measures were necessary to save the economy. This fraud has been exposed. The sole concern of the ruling oligarchy was not the health and economic well-being of the mass of the population, but that of the financial markets.

Both our countries have similar histories and scrappy lower classes. We both fought Britain for Independence and experienced heavy immigration, millions to America mostly from Europe, 500,000  fleeing the Great Famine to the same destination. We’ve had civil wars—racial in the U.S., religious in Ireland—and were leveled economically by the Great Depression. And now we 99 percenters share COVID’s ongoing horrors, one of which is that  millions commoners  will be the last class even in the “rich countries” to receive the vaccine. After all, its producers can make only so many in a day.

But it’s a certainty that after the healthcare professionals are inoculated, the rich will be next in the distribution line.

New administrations  in both countries are facing monumental financial challenges to their COVID-affected populations. And their major challenge seems to be how to find the revenues to cover those domestic expenditures without heavy taxation on the wealthy or corporations or forcing austerity on those who can least afford it. From a historical perspective, the wealthy majority in the Irish Parliament and Congress are not about to tax the rich to give relief to the poor until they have first wrung the last penny from the commons.

Columnist Shane O’Brien  with the Irishcentral website speculated that raising revenue in Ireland might be done by taxing private pension savings. Or a progressive tax for bank accounts over £10,000. Or increasing property taxes and “asset tax structures” on the wealthy. But given the difficulty of even collecting taxes on the wealthy and corporations, both the Irish Parliament and Congress may begin to talk about “bail-ins” wherein the government seizes portions of bank accounts to avoid going bankrupt—with crisp documents vowing to return every penny—some day. Perhaps that’s what it will take to arouse the ruled in both countries against the rulers. As poet Edwin Markham  warned in 1899, America’s “gilded age”:

O masters, lords and rulers in all lands
How will the Future reckon with this Man?
How answer his brute question in that hour
When whirlwinds of rebellion shake all shores?

…. After the silence of the centuries?

The January 6 invasion and desecration of our nation’s Capitol is but a sample of what’s ahead in every state capitol if nothing changes for ordinary Americans by Congress.


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Barbara G. Ellis, Ph.D., is the principal of a Portland (OR) writing firm. A veteran professional writer and editor (LIFE magazine, Washington, D.C. Evening Star, Beirut Daily Star, Mideast Magazine), she also was a journalism professor (Oregon State University/Louisiana’s McNeese State University). Author of dozens of articles for magazines and online websites, she was a nominee for the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in history (The Moving Appeal). Today, she contributes to Truthout and Counterpunch, RSN, DissidentVoice, Global Research, and OpEdNews, as well as being a political and environmental activist.

Featured image: Rioters in Dungarvan attempt to break into a bakery; the poor could not afford to buy what food was available. (The Pictorial Times, 1846). (CC0)


Power Crazed NSW Jackboot Enforcers Dive On Mother and Child during Arrest

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By Avi Yemini|January 10, 2021

t was perfectly legal during Sydney’s first lockdown. But because Renee was carrying a sign objecting to the restrictions, she was swarmed by police.

She was doing nothing wrong. She wasn’t at a demonstration. She wasn’t at a rally.

She was literally just out for some exercise with her child.

And then police ripped her child out of her arms, and smashed her into the back of a police van.

Listening to her son scream and cry will haunt you:

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Republicans Unveil Several Bills to Curb Unhinged Democrat Governor’s COVID-19 Powers

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Kentucky’s Republican supermajority plans to move quickly on several bills they unveiled Tuesday to curb executive powers, all while Gov. Andy Beshear continues to manage the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Republicans push back against tyrannical governors

The bills, unveiled on the first day of the 2021 General Assembly, are already receiving hearings in the first days of the session and Republican leaders have said they may call in lawmakers on Saturday and cancel next week’s planned break to pass them as soon as possible.

“I think it’s important to get in here and do work,” said Speaker of the House David Osborne, R-Prospect. “There’s obviously a lot that’s going on right now, that needs to be addressed, and we have a very, very short time to address those things.”

Red states fight for liberty during COVID-19 lockdowns

The newly drafted bills in Kentucky include:

Senate Bill 1, which would require a governor to get the legislature’s permission to extend a state of emergency beyond 30 days.

Senate Bill 2, which would require more public input and give lawmakers more oversight of emergency administrative regulations.

House Bill 1, which would allow any business that’s meeting the CDC guidelines to continue to operate during a state of emergency.

House Bill 5, which would prohibit Kentucky’s governor from reorganizing boards and commissions.

Democrats oppose the measures but have too small a minority to stop them.

Senate President Robert Stivers said the effort to limit the governor’s powers isn’t necessarily directed at Beshear himself, but more of a institutional situation. He said he would like to see Beshear engage in the discussions.

Beshear, for his own part, said that he isn’t paying too much attention to the ongoing discussions at the legislature. He said his main focus is COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

Americans are sick and tired of these tyrannical lockdowns, destroying the economy and livelihoods of millions over a virus that is no worse than the common flu. Time to end the ridiculous lockdowns and get back to business.


Brisbane mugs fall for Covid scam as they lock themselves in their homes

While we thought Brisbane had some astute, free thinkers, alas this moribund mob is just as hopeless as most Victorians, who have allowed their CCP-driven Premier Dangerous Dan to decimate their business and then themselves.

Brisbane businesses trying to recover from unnecessary Covid lockdowns last year have locked themselves up again. Pic ABC

The Covid scam has been refuted for the past six months by just about every epidemiologist of standing around the world who to a man and woman are adamant there is no need to lock up healthy populations.

Covid tests are proven to be as reliable as a Labor politician assuring the viability of the Queensland economy, likewise masks, which even America’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Fauci says are useless in preventing any virus infections.

The Brisbane dummies no doubt will sanction PM Scott Morrison’s miry deal with Pfizer to supply DNA-altering vaccines for every Australian which they will get in  March when they roll up their sleeves in the gas chamber lines.

All of this when researchers have not yet isolated any virus. Italian doctors say any Covid related sickness has all the attributes of a bacterial infection.

The Queensland Premier and her leader the Chief Medical Officer Jeanette Young have beaten the worn-out Covid drum and conned all the healthy people to lock themselves up.

Aided and abetted by all the usual suspects: the ABC, dogs breakfast TV shows and radio jockeys, the dumbed-down Brisbaneites are sure fodder for the big lockup said to be coming on January 15 simultaneously with New Zealand.

Wakey, wakey Brisbane you have been done like a TV dinner. Get your heads away from the box and turn off your mesmeric phones and computers and do some thinking for yourself.

After all you re-elected the comrades of the People’s Socialist Republik of Queensland.

This is your Karma.   –-contributed

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Trump in secure location protected by loyal troops and has not conceded

by Mike Adams

(Natural News) Intel is coming in today from many sources, and I will likely need to post a separate article to cover it all. Importantly, Trump has not conceded anything, and if you parse the words of his most recent video statement, there is absolutely no concession in it and no naming of Joe Biden as president:

A new administration will be inaugurated on January 20th. … my priority is to ensure a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. This moment calls for healing and reconciliation.

The leftists of the Democrats who violently opposed Trump’s Mexican wall have just erected a seven foot wall around the White House to keep out nosy reporters

Trump is merely attempting to appear that he is conceding while not actually using any binding language that would legally tie him to such an outcome. To state that, “A new administration will be inaugurated on January 20th” without naming the year is, of course, always a true statement. There’s a new administration coming on January 20th, of 2025, for example. There’s also a new administration coming this year if Trump dumps Pence and has a new VP at his side.

But why would Trump still be refusing to concede while trying to make people think he’s conceding? Because according to one source that has briefed me, the globalist controllers are threatening to detonate dirty bombs in every US state representing a senator who voted against the Biden slate of electors. The threat against Trump is that if he does not concede, the dirty bombs will be set off, killing hundreds of thousands of Americans.

Yet Trump fully realizes that far more American would die under the totalitarian communist-run regime represented by Joe Biden. Trump isn’t going to be threatened into quitting.

In fact, as I cover in today’s podcast, Trump is in a secure location and he’s fighting from there, alongside loyal forces of the US military who are preparing for decisive action against the deep state traitors who are desperate to remove Trump from power by any means necessary.

Nancy Pelosi who will obviously face arrest and prosecution for treason if Trump secures his second term, is running around D.C. like a crazed hyena, trying to get Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump immediately. An impeachment “trial” is scheduled for Monday to try to remove Trump by other means, claiming that Trump still has access to the nuclear codes and might unleash a nuclear missile.

Nancy Pelosi wrote today in an urgent letter:

This morning, I spoke to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike…

In other words, Pelosi is conspiring with Mark Milley — also a traitor — to remove Trump from power before he can complete his counterinsurgency actions involving the military.

The deep state is trying to thwart Trump from every possible angle, and Trump’s victory isn’t assured, but he remains the US President for the next 12 days, and he’s using those days to carry out an epic counterattack against the criminals who rigged the elections, staged the “siege” on the capitol building, and plan to tear down our constitutional republic if they gain control of the White House.

Here’s what’s covered in today’s Situation Update:

  • Why efforts to remove Trump by force will set off a hot civil war.
  • It’s not a “breach” if the police invite you in: The media’s false narrative about the capitol building “riots.”
  • Trump did not concede. No binding concession language in his speech.
  • Trump during rally on Monday in Dalton, GA: “We have to go all the way… you watch what happens over the next couple of weeks. You watch what’s going to come out and watch what’s going to be revealed.”
  • NPR caught publishing capitol “siege” story hours before it took place. (Echoes of 9/11 media staging.)
  • AOC tweeted about left-wing riots: “To folks who complain protest demands make others uncomfortable… that’s the point.” But now she wants Big Tech to censor anyone quoting her.
  • Congress operating its betrayals under the cover of darkness.
  • 200 top corporate CEOs in America demand Biden be installed as president so they can continue to loot the nation under forced covid lockdowns.
  • Mo Brooks reveals “growing evidence” the capitol building “siege” was initiated by Antifa operatives.
  • Leftists build a 7-foot WALL (fence) around the White House, and deploy 6,200 National Guard troops to protect their treason and election theft. Suddenly they believe in walls after all.
  • Trump supporters instantly convicted in the left-wing media, even though obvious evidence of election theft by the Dems is thrown out of court without any hearing at all. Gross double standards will drive this nation to war with itself.
  • Leftists declare war on conservatives and plan to silence them and destroy them in any way possible, all in the name of “tolerance.”
  • Lin Wood warns that coup plotters are now planning to hunt down and execute Trump loyalists.
  • US Rep Hank Johnson (dem) says the nation should treat Trump supporters like “negroes,” further proving that Democrats really are racist, hate-filled bigots.
  • Biden calls Trump supporters “domestic terrorists” but was completely silent on the actual terrorism and violence of left-wing insurrectionists.
  • Lindsey Graham vows to help jail Trump supporters, demonstrating his disdain for his own base of voters. (Yes, the GOP is finished.)
  • Media using the “siege” narrative to push for more censorship of all conservatives, which will only drive them to more frustration and anger. This model of authoritarianism and marginalizing all conservatives will only end in bloodshed.
  • Big Tech censorship is part of a cleanup operation to hide all the evidence and truths they don’t want people to see.
  • Conservatives are the new “marginalized” people of society, and we need a new civil rights movement to protect those who hold conservative ideas.


Indiana AG: Governors Completely Ignore That Endless Lockdowns And Mask Mandates Are Unconstitutional

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Indiana’s outgoing Attorney General Curtis Hill joins Executive Editor Joy Pullmann to discuss the effect of state governors who ignored perpetual lockdowns and unconstitutional mask mandates during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It’s been the biggest crisis in Indiana’s history. And we have people standing on the sidelines,” Hill said. “I think that was a real whiff on the part of the legislative leadership,” he continued. “What can the people, the voters, do when their elected representatives are not operating within the confines of the law and not representing our concerns and actually duly passing laws, rather than just letting us live under suspended constitutional rights.”

In addition to a lack of action on behalf of citizens from elected officials, Hill said, liberty erodes.

“What happens is good people who understand the Constitution, who understand the freedom, who understand what this nation is about, become afraid to stand up for their rights and the right to this nation,” Hill said. “And so we allow things to just kind of go on because it’s easier to do. You don’t have to worry about the pushback and the criticisms and the attacks, and that’s what happens. So we have to be courageous.”