Ukraine Accused of Slaughtering, Harvesting Children’s Organs, Disposing of Dismembered Children ‘Like Discarded Waste’, Russian Soldier Says

Ukraine Accused of Slaughtering, Harvesting Children’s Organs, Disposing of Dismembered Children ‘Like Discarded Waste’, Russian Soldier Says

By FRANKIE STOCKES

Children between the ages of 2 and 7 in the town of Izium were “carved up,” and “kept in pits,” “like discarded waste,” according to a soldier interviewed recently.

Russian soldiers are claiming that they’ve made a hideous discovery inside Ukraine, where they say that children between the ages of 2 and 7 are being “carved up” and “kept in pits,” “like discarded waste” as their organs are harvested and sold for use at European and Israeli transplant centers.

In newly-released video footage from the frontlines of the Russo-Ukrainian War, a visibly emotional Russian officer describes children being treated as if they are “livestock, piglets, or rabbits” by their Ukrainian captors around the town of Izium, where the discovery of an organ harvesting facility was reported.

“They had took organs [from the children],” the Russian officer explained.

“I couldn’t believe it,” he said. “Until seeing all this with one’s own eyes, one cannot comprehend it.”

“But when you see it, you won’t forgive.”

There have previously been more involved claims about Ukrainian organ harvesting made by Russia, though Western media and intelligence arms have been quick to dispel them as the latest “Russian disinformation campaign.”

Prior to the most recent flair-up in the Ukraine war, TV station NTV aired a report on former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, claiming that the organs of wounded Ukrainian soldiers were harvested in eastern Ukraine and exported to Europe.

They further claimed that Saakashvili’s wife, Sandra Roelofs, along with Alexander Kvitashvili, the former Georgian Minister of Health and a former Minister of Healthcare of Ukraine, brought a group of organ transplant specialists to Kiev.

Ukrainian and Western press outlets alike seem to have sprung into a fit of CNN-like Trump Derangement Syndrome circa 2017. There is a veritable cottage media industry working hard to convince anyone who will listen that any claims out of Russia are fake news.

A Russian police general has also accused Israel of harvesting organs in Ukraine.

According to the general, the Ukrainian military collects human organs that were harvested from those killed and wounded in the ongoing war.

These organs, taken from Russian prisoners of war and even Ukrainian civilians while they are still alive, are then sent overseas for processing, destined to be used as organ transplants, according to Vladimir Ovchinsky, a retired Major General of Police, and ex-head of the Russian Central Bureau of Interpol – this, according to Israel 365.

The reported discovery of child organ harvesting facilities in Ukraine by Russian soldiers harkens back to previous reporting by National File, in which highly a questionable Transnistrian “orphanage” group, along with the Epstein-funded Humpty Dumpty Institute influence operation, sponsored a US Congressional Delegation to Ukraine.

It has long been theorized that orphanages in war-torn countries are hot spots for child trafficking and organ harvesting operations, as they’re populated by defenseless children who have no one left to speak up for them.

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WWIII? Evidence Emerges That NATO Gearing Up For A Full-Scale War Against Russia

WWIII? Evidence Emerges That NATO Gearing Up For A Full-Scale War Against Russia

By The Stew Peters

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Military Committee chairman Admiral Rob Bauer of the Netherlands indicated that NATO is now prepared for direct war against Russia. The United States has been a massive benefactor to the cause of Ukraine, Russia’s enemy in the war. A civil war broke out officially in Ukraine in 2014 in the Donbas region as pro-Russia separatists have made it clear that they want to be freed from the control of the Ukrainian regime.

Admiral Rob Bauer said that “nations in NATO thought for decades that we were owning the timelines. We were the ones that decided to go to Afghanistan, to go to Iraq. It was a decision from NATO, from the NATO nations. And so we owned the timelines. We were saying, ‘when are we going? With how many troops? For how long? Et cetera. Now we are facing a threat, which is Russia, that is coming to us, uninvited, at a moment of their choosing. So we have to be much more ready, we have no time to prepare because it is up to them when, or, when they come.

“We are,” he said when asked if NATO is “ready for a direct confrontation with Russia.”

As NATIONAL FILE previously reported: Documents have dropped that support Russia’s claim that the United States government is funding biolabs in Ukraine to “create bioagents that can target certain ethnic groups.” In other words, the U.S. regime of Sleepy Joe Biden has been overseeing a bioweapons factory to carry out ethnic genocide. The newly dropped documents show agents of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) involved in the Ukraine biolabs. As we first reported at NATIONAL FILE, archived U.S. government records show that the United States Department of Defense has long been funding biolabs in Ukraine and elsewhere and Eastern Europe, and the Department of Defense has also used the Air Force and a base in San Antonio, Texas to study the human tissue and RNA material of Caucasian Russians. Now, the Ukraine government is reportedly destroying some of this biolab material as Russia supports the pro-Russia separatists in the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine, which has been at war against Ukraine at least since 2014. The Russians stated that “The Pentagon is also interested in insect vectors of dangerous infections, the analysis of documents confirms the transfer of more than 140 containers with ectoparasites of bats – fleas & ticks – from the biological laboratory in Kharkov abroad.”

“The available documents confirm numerous cases of the transfer of biological samples of Ukrainian citizens abroad. With a high degree of probability, we can say that one of the tasks of the United States and its allies is the creation of bioagents that can selectively affect various ethnic groups of the population,” stated Russian military official Igor Kirillov.

The USDA and CDC have been involved in the U.S.-backed effort to have a bunch of biolabs in Ukraine and elsewhere, according to dropped documents.

Some Pentagon-funded labs in Ukraine have been geo-located according to citizen sourcing.

As NATIONAL FILE reported: The United States government admitted to the existence of U.S. Department of Defense-funded biolabs in Ukraine. The Russian government has made stirring allegations regarding the contents of U.S.-funded Ukrainian labs, suggesting that the labs are home to bioweapons research that could be used against enemies of the globalist Western regime. Meanwhile, the Department of Defense has used a base in San Antonio to study human tissue and RNA material exclusively from Caucasian Russians. U.S. State Department records show that in 2005 the U.S. Department of Defense made an agreement with Ukraine to fund biolabs to conduct research supposedly to stop the construction of bioweapons. The agreement states: “In order to assist Ukraine in preventing the proliferation of technology, pathogens, and expertise that are located at the Scientific Research Institute of Epidemiology and Hygiene (Lviv), the Ukrainian Scientific Research Anti-Plague Institute (Odessa), the Central Sanitary Epidemiological Station (Kyiv), and other facilities in Ukraine identified by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, and that could be used in the development of biological weapons, the U.S. Department of Defense shall provide assistance to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine at no cost, subject to the availability of funds appropriated for this purpose, in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.”

 

On April 22, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine acknowledged that the U.S. Department of Defense “works with the Ukrainian Government to consolidate and secure pathogens and toxins of security concern in Ukrainian government facilities, while allowing for peaceful research and vaccine development.” The U.S. Embassy stated: “The U.S. Embassy would like to set the record straight regarding disinformation spreading in some circles in Ukraine that mirrors Russian disinformation regarding the strong U.S.-Ukrainian partnership to reduce biological threats. Here in Ukraine, the U.S. Department of Defense’s Biological Threat Reduction Program works with the Ukrainian Government to consolidate and secure pathogens and toxins of security concern in Ukrainian government facilities, while allowing for peaceful research and vaccine development.  We also work with our Ukrainian partners to ensure Ukraine can detect and report outbreaks caused by dangerous pathogens before they pose security or stability threats. Our joint efforts help to ensure that dangerous pathogens do not fall into the wrong hands.  We’re proud to partner with the Ministry of Health, State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection, National Academy of Agrarian Sciences, and the Ministry of Defense to make us all safer.”

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Australia and France Agree Arms Deal for Ukraine as Talks Seek to Bury Aukus Debacle

Australia and France Agree Arms Deal for Ukraine as Talks Seek to Bury Aukus Debacle

Australia and France have agreed on a deal to jointly manufacture and supply thousands of artillery shells to the Ukrainian army, the defence and foreign ministers of the two countries announced on Monday.


French and Australian defence and foreign ministers announce an arms deal for Ukraine after their “2+2” talks in Paris on Monday.

The countries will jointly supply thousands of artillery shells to Kyiv to kickstart ‘new cooperation between defence industries’

Australia and France have agreed a deal to jointly manufacture and supply thousands of artillery shells to the Ukrainian army, the defence and foreign ministers of the two countries announced on Monday.

The agreement, “worth several million (Australian) dollars”, was announced after bilateral talks in Paris aimed at resetting the relationship between the two countries seriously damaged by the 2021 Aukus affair.

A first shipment of 155mm shells from existing stocks is expected to be delivered to Kyiv within the next two months. The ministers refused to give further details of the contract that will see Australia and France jointly manufacture the ammunition that can be used by French, American and German artillery supplied to Ukraine.

Australian deputy prime minister and defence minister, Richard Marles, said the signed agreement was the opening of “new cooperation between the Australian and French defence industries.”.

“We wanted to act together as a statement of how importantly Australia and France regard support of Ukraine in the current conflict. We wanted to make it really clear that Australia and France stand together in support of Ukraine in the face of the aggression from Russia,” Marles added.

Marles and the foreign affairs minister, Penny Wong, met their counterparts Sébastien Lecornu and Catherine Colonna for what is known as a “2+2” meeting, the first since the 2021 diplomatic rupture sparked by Aukus. France was furious after Canberra dumped a $90bn deal for French submarines in favour of a deal with the US and UK. Angry French officials, including the French president Emmanuel Macron, accused the government of Scott Morrison of “betrayal”.

At a press conference after the talks in Paris on Monday, the key – and repeated – words were “warmth” and “friendship” between the two countries. In an opening salvo, Colonna said the talks were the first of their format since 2021 adding drily: “I will not go back over that.” She said the aim of the meeting was to forge a partnership based on “mutual respect, confidence and common values”. Asked if the two countries trying to publicly paper over the cracks in their relationship publicly, she replied: “It’s not communication. It’s politics”.

Marles said the aim of the talks was to “grow and deepen the relationship between our two defence forces and said the two countries had agreed to greater access to their respective defence facilities in the Indo-Pacific region.

Asked whether delays in the Aukus programme meant Australia would be asking France to supply “interim” submarines, Marles said no.

“We are obviously working closely with the US and the UK to develop a nulcear power submarine capability. We will be in a position to make our annoucement about that soon…there are no plans for any conventional powered interim submarine capability as we work towards gaining nuclear power capability.”

Lecornu said he hoped the countries could start with a “blank page”.

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Resources:
https://t.me/zeeemedia/9587
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2023/jan/30/australia-and-france-agree-arms-deal-for-ukraine-as-talks-seek-to-bury-aukus-debacle

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The US Supports the Kiev Nazis Because of the Huge Reserves of Titanium in Ukraine

The US Supports the Kiev Nazis Because of the Huge Reserves of Titanium in Ukraine

By Soviet Russian Bear ZOV

The US supports the Kiev Nazis because of the huge reserves of titanium in Ukraine

The United States supports the Kiev regime because of the huge reserves of titanium in Ukraine. This is reported by Newsweek, citing sources.

  • “If Russia succeeds in capturing the country’s fields and factories, then Moscow will increase its global influence on more and more strategically important resources,” the material says.

The publication notes that titanium is critical to the development of advanced military technology in the West.

At the same time, over 90% of the US resource is imported. This metal is a “key vulnerability” to America’s defense industry.

  • This is how the specific vested interests of the United States begin to be revealed. And yes, if the titanium deposits are so huge, then not only the last Ukrainian will be thrown into battle, but also that part of Europe that most loudly demands to “abolish the Russians”.

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How Governments Pay People to Discredit the “Misinformation Spreaders”

How Governments Pay People to Discredit the “Misinformation Spreaders”

By Steve Kirsch

Governments cannot win on the facts. So they engage in disinformation campaigns against the people telling the truth. Read this article from the UK Daily Mail now before it is removed.

Here’s the direct link to the article if you are in Twitter jail: Army spied on lockdown critics: Sceptics, including our own Peter Hitchens, long suspected they were under surveillance. Now we’ve obtained official records that prove they were right all along

Big Brother report

Summary

When you cannot win your argument on the scientific merits, you must resort to paying people to censor or smear your opposition.

Because that’s the way science works.

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Georgia Digital Nomad Visa – Remotely from Georgia Program

Georgia Digital Nomad Visa – Remotely from Georgia Program

By Visaguide World

Due to the drop in the economy from the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia is one of the latest countries to offer a digital nomad visa. A digital nomad visa allows people to work remotely in foreign countries.

In 2020, Georgia introduced their digital nomad visa, calling it “Remotely from Georgia”.

Georgia’s digital nomad visa is a great opportunity for those who want to visit it for the long-term, such as remote workers, freelancers, and entrepreneurs with their families, who want to settle for at least six months up to one year.

Georgia is excellent for digital nomads, offering ninety-five countries the opportunity to enter Georgia visa-free and stay for one year.

Benefits of Working as a Digital Nomad in Georgia

Working as a digital nomad in Georgia has the following benefits:

  • Simple visa application process. The visa application process is particularly effortless. Everything is done online only by following the Georgia Nomad Visa website. Moreover, the processing time of the visa is within ten business days.
  • No application fees. Applying for a Georgia digital nomad visa is free.
  • A visa-free country. Ninety-five countries can enter Georgia without a visa and stay for 365 days. In comparison with other countries that offer digital nomad visas, Georgia is the only one that offers this opportunity.
  • Tax system. As a digital nomad in Georgia, you are not required to pay any taxes until your 183rd day of stay. If you stay for more than 183 days, you are considered a tax resident, and the income tax is approximately 20%. In addition, Georgia offers an individual entrepreneur scheme, which allows digital nomads to pay only 1% of their first $155,000 of income. This scheme is ideal for digital nomads and freelancers.
  • Availability of bank accounts. In comparison with other countries requiring that you be a resident to open a bank account, Georgia doesn’t do this. In Georgia, you can open a bank account on arrival. As a digital nomad, having a bank account in the country you stay in means your time there becomes more comfortable and enjoyable.
  • Affordable living costs. The cost of living in Georgia is $698, and compared with the average of other countries in the world, it is 1.34 times less expensive. The cost of living depends on the city.

Additionally, Georgia is a very beautiful place with breathtaking mountain scenery, black sea beaches, and ancient sanctuaries. In the mountains, you can enjoy hiking and skiing, whereas the black sea offers excellent beaches and hot summers. There you will find serenity and excitement. Georgia is also super friendly and welcoming, with people that always offer help. Moreover, it has excellent food and the oldest wine that it could offer.

Who Is Eligible for a Georgia Digital Nomad Visa

Ninety-five countries are eligible to apply for a Georgia Digital Nomad visa. These countries are:

Australia Austria Azerbaijan Albania Andorra
Antigua and Barbuda The United Arab Emirates Argentina New Zealand Barbados
Bahrain The Bahamas Belarus Belgium Belize
Bosnia and Hercegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria
Germany Denmark The United Kingdom British overseas territories Ecuador
Sweden Swiss federation Dominican Republican El Salvador Czech Republic
Spain Estonia Turkey Turkmenistan Japan
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ireland Iceland State of Israel Italy
Canada State of Qatar Cyprus Colombia South Korea
Costa Rica Latvia Lithuania Lebanon Principality of Liechtenstein
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Mauritius Malaysia Malta Mexico
Monaco Moldova Montenegro The Netherlands South Africa
Kingdom of Norway Poland Sultanate of Oman Panama Serbia
Portugal Romania Russian federation Hellenic Republic Thailand
San Marino Saudi Arabia Honduras France Hungary
Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Armenia Croatia
Tajikistan The United States Uzbekistan Ukraine Holy See
The Netherlands territories – Aruba and Netherlands Antilles French territories – French Polynesia and New Caledonia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Crown Dependencies of the UK – Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man Territories of Denmark – Faroe Islands and Greenland
Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Kazakhistan Finland Seychelles

Requirements for Georgia Digital Nomad Visa

The documents you must upload on the visa application form are:

  • Valid passport. Your passport needs to be valid for at least three months. You must attach copies of the passport bio page.
  • Proof of business or employment. You will need to submit a copy of your work contract or your certificate of incorporation. Alternatively, you can submit a letter outlining the details or a certificate of incorporation for self-employed individuals.
  • Medical insurance. You need health insurance designed for digital nomads and remote workers living abroad.
  • Proof of funds. You need to earn $2,000 a month or have $24,000 in your bank account. To prove your funds, you could use bank statements, stock statements, contracts with fixed repayment, and certificates of employment.

How to Apply for a Georgia Digital Nomad Visa

You must apply for a Barbados digital nomad visa online, through the official Nomad Visa website. The application process is as follows:

  1. Obtain the necessary documents. Obtaining all the required documents before applying is very important. These documents you will find in the section “Requirements for Georgia Digital Nomad Visa” below.
  2. Start your visa application online. You have to complete the application by adding all your personal information and uploading the required documents.
  3. Submit the application and wait for the approval. After you upload the documents and complete all the steps of the online application, you must submit them. Then, you have to wait about ten days to get an answer via email.

Additionally, you need a visa to enter Georgia if you don’t belong to one of the 95 countries mentioned before.

How Much Does the Georgia Digital Nomad Visa Cost?

It costs nothing to apply for a digital nomad visa in Georgia.

Processing Time For A Digital Nomad Visa in Georgia

A digital nomad visa application for Georgia is processed within ten working days.

How Long Can I Work in Georgia as a Digital Nomad?

The validity of the Georgia digital nomad visa is one year. However, business registration, such as the Individual Entrepreneur Scheme, can lead to permanent residency.

Paying Taxes as a Digital Nomad in Georgia

As a digital nomad in Georgia, you are not obligated to pay taxes until your 183rd day of stay. If you stay for more than 183 days, you are considered a tax resident, and the income tax is approximately 20%. However, in Georgia, you have the chance to register for the Individual Entrepreneur scheme, which taxes only 1% on a maximum of $155,000. This is a perfect opportunity for digital nomads.

Georgia has five kinds of taxes: corporate profit tax, value-added tax, excise tax, personal income tax, property tax, and import tax. The government of Georgia imposes taxes on residents and non-residents who have income from Georgia. The general sales tax rate is 4%, and the state income range varies from 1% to 5.75%.

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Georgia Digital Nomad Visa – Remotely from Georgia Program

Georgia Digital Nomad Visa – Remotely from Georgia Program

By Visaguide World

Due to the drop in the economy from the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia is one of the latest countries to offer a digital nomad visa. A digital nomad visa allows people to work remotely in foreign countries.

In 2020, Georgia introduced their digital nomad visa, calling it “Remotely from Georgia”.

Georgia’s digital nomad visa is a great opportunity for those who want to visit it for the long-term, such as remote workers, freelancers, and entrepreneurs with their families, who want to settle for at least six months up to one year.

Georgia is excellent for digital nomads, offering ninety-five countries the opportunity to enter Georgia visa-free and stay for one year.

Benefits of Working as a Digital Nomad in Georgia

Working as a digital nomad in Georgia has the following benefits:

  • Simple visa application process. The visa application process is particularly effortless. Everything is done online only by following the Georgia Nomad Visa website. Moreover, the processing time of the visa is within ten business days.
  • No application fees. Applying for a Georgia digital nomad visa is free.
  • A visa-free country. Ninety-five countries can enter Georgia without a visa and stay for 365 days. In comparison with other countries that offer digital nomad visas, Georgia is the only one that offers this opportunity.
  • Tax system. As a digital nomad in Georgia, you are not required to pay any taxes until your 183rd day of stay. If you stay for more than 183 days, you are considered a tax resident, and the income tax is approximately 20%. In addition, Georgia offers an individual entrepreneur scheme, which allows digital nomads to pay only 1% of their first $155,000 of income. This scheme is ideal for digital nomads and freelancers.
  • Availability of bank accounts. In comparison with other countries requiring that you be a resident to open a bank account, Georgia doesn’t do this. In Georgia, you can open a bank account on arrival. As a digital nomad, having a bank account in the country you stay in means your time there becomes more comfortable and enjoyable.
  • Affordable living costs. The cost of living in Georgia is $698, and compared with the average of other countries in the world, it is 1.34 times less expensive. The cost of living depends on the city.

Additionally, Georgia is a very beautiful place with breathtaking mountain scenery, black sea beaches, and ancient sanctuaries. In the mountains, you can enjoy hiking and skiing, whereas the black sea offers excellent beaches and hot summers. There you will find serenity and excitement. Georgia is also super friendly and welcoming, with people that always offer help. Moreover, it has excellent food and the oldest wine that it could offer.

Who Is Eligible for a Georgia Digital Nomad Visa

Ninety-five countries are eligible to apply for a Georgia Digital Nomad visa. These countries are:

Australia Austria Azerbaijan Albania Andorra
Antigua and Barbuda The United Arab Emirates Argentina New Zealand Barbados
Bahrain The Bahamas Belarus Belgium Belize
Bosnia and Hercegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria
Germany Denmark The United Kingdom British overseas territories Ecuador
Sweden Swiss federation Dominican Republican El Salvador Czech Republic
Spain Estonia Turkey Turkmenistan Japan
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ireland Iceland State of Israel Italy
Canada State of Qatar Cyprus Colombia South Korea
Costa Rica Latvia Lithuania Lebanon Principality of Liechtenstein
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Mauritius Malaysia Malta Mexico
Monaco Moldova Montenegro The Netherlands South Africa
Kingdom of Norway Poland Sultanate of Oman Panama Serbia
Portugal Romania Russian federation Hellenic Republic Thailand
San Marino Saudi Arabia Honduras France Hungary
Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Armenia Croatia
Tajikistan The United States Uzbekistan Ukraine Holy See
The Netherlands territories – Aruba and Netherlands Antilles French territories – French Polynesia and New Caledonia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Crown Dependencies of the UK – Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man Territories of Denmark – Faroe Islands and Greenland
Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Kazakhistan Finland Seychelles

Requirements for Georgia Digital Nomad Visa

The documents you must upload on the visa application form are:

  • Valid passport. Your passport needs to be valid for at least three months. You must attach copies of the passport bio page.
  • Proof of business or employment. You will need to submit a copy of your work contract or your certificate of incorporation. Alternatively, you can submit a letter outlining the details or a certificate of incorporation for self-employed individuals.
  • Medical insurance. You need health insurance designed for digital nomads and remote workers living abroad.
  • Proof of funds. You need to earn $2,000 a month or have $24,000 in your bank account. To prove your funds, you could use bank statements, stock statements, contracts with fixed repayment, and certificates of employment.

How to Apply for a Georgia Digital Nomad Visa

You must apply for a Barbados digital nomad visa online, through the official Nomad Visa website. The application process is as follows:

  1. Obtain the necessary documents. Obtaining all the required documents before applying is very important. These documents you will find in the section “Requirements for Georgia Digital Nomad Visa” below.
  2. Start your visa application online. You have to complete the application by adding all your personal information and uploading the required documents.
  3. Submit the application and wait for the approval. After you upload the documents and complete all the steps of the online application, you must submit them. Then, you have to wait about ten days to get an answer via email.

Additionally, you need a visa to enter Georgia if you don’t belong to one of the 95 countries mentioned before.

How Much Does the Georgia Digital Nomad Visa Cost?

It costs nothing to apply for a digital nomad visa in Georgia.

Processing Time For A Digital Nomad Visa in Georgia

A digital nomad visa application for Georgia is processed within ten working days.

How Long Can I Work in Georgia as a Digital Nomad?

The validity of the Georgia digital nomad visa is one year. However, business registration, such as the Individual Entrepreneur Scheme, can lead to permanent residency.

Paying Taxes as a Digital Nomad in Georgia

As a digital nomad in Georgia, you are not obligated to pay taxes until your 183rd day of stay. If you stay for more than 183 days, you are considered a tax resident, and the income tax is approximately 20%. However, in Georgia, you have the chance to register for the Individual Entrepreneur scheme, which taxes only 1% on a maximum of $155,000. This is a perfect opportunity for digital nomads.

Georgia has five kinds of taxes: corporate profit tax, value-added tax, excise tax, personal income tax, property tax, and import tax. The government of Georgia imposes taxes on residents and non-residents who have income from Georgia. The general sales tax rate is 4%, and the state income range varies from 1% to 5.75%.

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CNN Suddenly Realizes Biden’s Family Is Corrupt

CNN Suddenly Realizes Biden’s Family Is Corrupt

via redstate:

The mainstream media has devolved into a bloated enterprise that simply copies the work of conservative outlets and publishes it two years later. We saw that with the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, where The New York Post was censored and maligned by outlets like The Washington Post only for those entities to “confirm” the Post’s reporting when it no longer mattered.

That dynamic has played out again, this time on CNN, with the liberal network doing a full report on the corruption surrounding the Biden family.

 

 

 

White House claimed Biden’s Delaware house used for official business but now says it’s ‘personal’

Biden has met with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Sen. Joe Manchin at Wilmington home

Joe Biden is shown backing his Corvette into his Wilmington, Delaware, garage in a 2020 campaign video.

Joe Biden is shown backing his Corvette into his Wilmington, Delaware, garage in a 2020 campaign video.

The White House has previously claimed that President Joe Biden works while taking trips to his Wilmington, Delaware, home, but it is now claiming that the residence is “personal” amid a number of classified documents being found at the address.

During a White House press briefing on Feb. 25, 2022, former press secretary Jen Psaki said that Biden can get work done from anywhere.

“I will note that, while every president can work from anywhere they are because that is how presidencies are equipped, he is traveling to Delaware for the memorial service of a family member. And he will be — that is why he’s traveling there this weekend,” Psaki said.

“The president has the capacity to make a secure call from anywhere he is, yes,” she added.

But on Monday, the White House Counsel’s Office said that Biden’s Wilmington residence is personal. The office made the statement while explaining why visitor logs don’t exist at Biden’s Wilmington residence.

“Like every president in decades of modern history, his personal residence is personal,” the office said.

Notably, Biden has previously held legislative meetings at the Wilmington home, such as one gathering with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.

In addition to classified documents being found at Biden’s private office at the Penn Biden Center in November, a number of Obama-era classified documents were also found last week in the garage of the Wilmington home.

A view of the gate and access road leading to President Joe Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware, on Jan. 12. 2023. A view of the gate and access road leading to President Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, on Jan. 12. 2023.

The discovery was made during a search of Biden’s Wilmington residence for classified documents.

“Because I have a security clearance, I went to Wilmington Thursday evening to facilitate providing the document the president’s personal counsel found on Wednesday to the Justice Department,” said White House Special Counsel Richard Sauber in a Saturday statement. “While I was transferring it to the DOJ officials who accompanied me, five additional pages with classification markings were discovered among the material with it, for a total of six pages. The DOJ officials with me immediately took possession of them.”

Biden was asked about the classified documents last Thursday, telling Fox News they were in a locked garage.

“Classified documents next to your Corvette? What were you thinking?” Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked Biden.

“I’m going to get the chance to speak on all of this, God willing, soon. But as I said earlier this week — and, by the way, my Corvette is in a locked garage, okay? So, it’s not like they’re sitting out in the street,” Biden responded.

“So, the documents were in a locked garage?” Doocy asked.

President Joe Biden participates in a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in the Oval Office on Jan. 13, 2023. President Joe Biden participates in a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in the Oval Office on Jan. 13, 2023.

Biden’s handling of the classified documents is now the subject of an investigation led by a special counsel appointed by Attorney General Merrick Garland.

Resources:
https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/finally-cnn/
https://www.theepochtimes.com/blinken-surprised-biden-classified-documents-found-at-center-he-directed_4993342.html?
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/white-house-claimed-bidens-delaware-house-used-official-business-now-says-personal

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