European Central Bank Preparing for Bail Ins & Banking Collapse

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Karen Kingston Explains Bio-Weapon Financial Scam and News on Prosecutions

Karen Kingston Explains Bio-Weapon Financial Scam and News on Prosecutions

Above, X22 Report, Dave, interviews Kingston. The video is titled: Karen Kingston – Big Pharma Unleashed A Bioweapon On The World, It’s Time To Press Criminal Charges.

And below from SGT Report — PROSECUTIONS to Begin. Attorney Todd Callender and Dr. Lee Vliet join me to share some BREAKING NEWS.


Report: Biden Administration Tried to Hide Chinese Spy Balloon from American Public

Report: Biden Administration Tried to Hide Chinese Spy Balloon from American Public

The Biden administration was aware of the Chinese spy balloon entering United States airspace on January 28 but tried to hide its existence from the American people until being forced to go public, according to a report on Saturday.

Bloomberg News reported that the Biden administration was “well aware” that the balloon had entered U.S. airspace on Saturday, January 28, but decided to keep quiet about it so as not to ruin a planned trip by Secretary of State Antony Blinken to China.

The outlet reported:

As it turns out, US authorities were well aware of the unidentified object that had entered American airspace on Jan. 28, that had then left and re-entered over North Idaho on Tuesday. But with such a high-profile trip at stake, keeping it on the down-low was key.

However, on Wednesday, February 1, a Billings, Montana, resident spotted the balloon around 5:30 p.m. local time, and the next day, a local Montana paper published a report about it. Later that day, late Thursday afternoon, the Pentagon finally confirmed the existence of the balloon.

Officials who spoke to Bloomberg News claimed by that time it “became visible in Montana,” President Joe Biden had already been briefed on the balloon and the White House was “scrambling to decide whether to blast it from the sky” — despite five days of monitoring it.

According to Bloomberg News, the Biden administration considered the political implications of dealing with the spy balloon, which floated near the Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana, home to intercontinental ballistic missile silos. The outlet reported:

The Biden administration knew it had to exercise extreme caution especially in what was a heated political environment ahead of 2024 elections, with Republicans agitating on which party could strike a harder or tougher line on China.

Bloomberg News reported that Biden had “argued for shooting the object down, but was urged against doing so by his most senior military advisers, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley — who reportedly “insisted that such a move would put civilians at risk.”

“For now, the White House opted not to inform the American public. Events, however, soon forced Biden’s hand,” the outlet reported, referring to the local news report by the Billings Gazette, which had published a photo of the balloon.

“The pace of discussions in the White House quickened,” Bloomberg News reported. “In a call starting at 5:15 p.m. on Thursday, the administration finally went public.”

The Pentagon briefed reporters on a background conference call, and said there was consideration of shooting down the balloon as it transited over sparsely populated areas in Montana, but that they “just couldn’t buy down the risk enough to feel comfortable recommending shooting it down yesterday.”

Blinken finally canceled his planned trip to China on Thursday, six days after the balloon first entered U.S. airspace.

Bloomberg News reported that the administration spent “hours” debating whether Blinken should do so, and “finally felt they had no choice.” However, officials told the outlet that it was a postponement, not a cancellation, so as to send a “signal” that the U.S. had no desire to escalate matters.

The sentiment was that the trip was not worth the “potential domestic political costs of going, given that Blinken’s talks in China were not expected to yield much in the first place.”

In addition, the outlet reported, “Biden’s team worried that the incident would serve as more fodder for Republicans who believed the administration is weak on China, especially if the balloon crashed and hurt someone while Blinken was in Beijing.”

After going public, the administration then had to brief the “Gang of Eight” — the top leaders of the House and Senate, as well as the leaders of the House and Senate intelligence committees, Bloomberg News reported.

Even top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) has indirectly criticized the administration’s inaction. “There’s no way the CCP would allow a balloon like this to fly over the Chinese heartland,” he tweeted Friday. “China’s aggressive behavior is a violation of international norms and shows a reckless disregard for the safety of American citizens.”

The Pentagon announced Saturday afternoon that it had shot down the balloon as it reached the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of South Carolina.

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Biden claimed he had ordered the Pentagon on Wednesday to shoot down the balloon when it was safe to do so.

Austin released a statement that reiterated that point.

“On Wednesday, President Biden gave his authorization to take down the surveillance balloon as soon as the mission could be accomplished without undue risk to American lives under the balloon’s path. After careful analysis, U.S. military commanders had determined downing the balloon while over land posed an undue risk to people across a wide area due to the size and altitude of the balloon and its surveillance payload,” Austin said in the statement.

Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT), a native Montanan, said the administration should have shot the balloon down over his state.

“I would have volunteered to be there and pull the trigger,” he told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Friday. “I can tell you your chances of doing harm to humans is low. And you know what, and Montanans would understand that.”

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-AL) said in a statement on Saturday:

I applaud our servicemembers for completing a successful mission to neutralize a spy balloon sent by the Chinese Communist Party. I remain deeply concerned by the Biden administration’s decision to allow the spy balloon to traverse the United States.

The Biden administration reportedly learned of the CCP spy balloon on January 28th — nearly a week before residents in Montana spotted the balloon loitering over their state. It’s clear the Biden administration had hoped to hide this national security failure from Congress and the American people.

He added, “Now, the White House must provide answers about why they decided to allow a CCP spy balloon to cross the United States and what damage to our national security occurred from this decision. The United States must project strength to deter China — this failure is another example of weakness by the Biden administration.”

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Petition EN4670 – Royal Commission and AHRC Inquiry into Australia’s Covid-19 Response

The significant impact on all Australians by the Covid-19 pandemic response, which has now been independently reviewed demonstrating the need for full inquiries. We express our overwhelming concern for the following: *From 2020 until present day, State and Federal Governments as well as many private companies have habitually breached inviolable, absolute non-derogable human rights and Australia’s international obligations. *The lack of transparency in all Public Health decisions particularly the disproportionate and non-evidence-based directions and mandates. *The financial cost to the people and as a nation. *Impact on children’s education and mental health. *Provisionally approved treatments and injections with no long-term safety data. *The suppression and lack of early treatment to save the vulnerable. *The number of Covid-19 vaccine adverse event reports and lack in the evaluation of the potential correlation. *The excess mortality in 2022. *The interference with the doctor patient relationship and the suspension of professionals, without reasonable or fair process. *The censorship by opinion not fact, of all who shared information that differed from the government narrative. *The incitement and actions of public servants that resulted in the immoral and degrading treatment of Australians. *The advertising and promotion of Covid-19 vaccines by government departments and politicians that do not align with the statutory regulations.

We therefore ask the House to invoke the Hon Governor-General to establish a Commonwealth Royal Commission into the Covid-19 Pandemic response in Australia by issuing a Letters Patent under the Royal Commissions Act 1902 (Cth) and initiate an AHRC inquiry into the violation of human rights, on a federal, territory and state basis.

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Quebec activists, community leaders at odds with political class over Elghawaby appointment

Quebec activists, community leaders at odds with political class over Elghawaby appointment

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While Quebec politicians want Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s anti-Islamophobia rep to resign over comments she made about the province, a letter of support signed by 30 prominent academics, activists and community leaders from the province urges people to give Amira Elghawaby a chance.

Bloc leader Yves-François Blanchet said on Thursday that Quebecers could not forgive the initial decision to appoint Elghawaby, who previously said Quebecers are swayed by anti-Muslim sentiment rather than rule of law.

In a 2019 article she co-wrote about Quebec’s Bill 21, she said that most Quebecers appear to be “swayed” by anti-Muslim sentiment. That law, adopted in 2019, prohibits wearing religious symbols at certain public sector workers — like teachers and judges.

Quebec Secularism Minister Jean-François Roberge said Elghawaby needed to apologize for her comments.

Elghawaby met with Blanchet on Wednesday to apologize for her comments, one day after the Quebec legislature passed a motion calling for her dismissal.

“I am extremely sorry for how my words have carried, how they have hurt the people of Quebec,” she said at the time.

The letter from supporters, dated Friday, said that despite the concerns of Quebec’s political class, they said Elghawaby’s apology underscored her desire to engage in further dialogue.

“We are sensitive to the concerns raised since her appointment, but the challenge before her is a considerable one and we believe that Ms. Elghawaby should be allowed to assume and pursue the mandate for which she was appointed,” reads the letter.

“We stand ready to contribute to a constructive dialogue around these complex and sensitive issues and are committed to countering biases of all kinds.”

Constitutional lawyer Julius Grey, philosopher Charles Taylor and Boufeldja Benabdallah, co-founder of the Quebec City mosque where six men were shot in 2017 in an anti-Muslim attack, are among the letter’s signatores. 

In a media scrum outside the meeting with Blanchet, Elghawaby said her past comments about Quebecers were not intended to hurt, but rather to shine light on discrimination.

Last week, Elghawaby tweeted that she doesn’t believe Quebecers are “Islamophobic.”

“My intention has always been […] to bring people together,” she said.

Amid Quebec’s CAQ government calls for Elghawaby to resign, Trudeau rejected calls to rescind her appointment, adding she is the right person to help Canadians grapple with tough questions about religion. 

On Wednesday, Trudeau conceded Quebec has a complicated history with religion. He referenced the oppression of the Catholic Church before the Quiet Revolution that removed the church from government services, including health care and education.

The Prime Minister claimed it is essential that all Canadians understand that before the Quiet Revolution, Quebecers “suffered the yoke and the attacks on individual rights and freedoms of an oppressive church.”

“And that comes with it a certain perspective around what secularism is, and the role of religion in society that informs what modern Quebec is,” he added. “Quebecers are not racists.”

The Anti-Hate Community Leaders’ Group, an Ontario-based activist organization, supported Elghawaby’s appointment. In a letter they penned, they said no one is better suited for the federal position, citing their experience working with Elghawaby for over a decade.

“We urge the federal government, other elected representatives and community members to let Amira do her much-needed job instead of playing politics — Islamophobia has taken the lives of too many people in Canada already and we need swift action,” wrote the group. 

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Laurier students protest never-ending mask mandate

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Saturday afternoon, dozens of students, faculty and their supporters rallied at the Waterloo post-secondary against a requirement to mask up to attend campus. Wilfred Laurier University dropped its mandatory vaccination policy in May 2022.

Students and staff face expulsion or firing if they do not comply with the masking policy.

Saturday’s protest was organized by Students Against Mandates, a non-profit organization committed to ending covid 19 mandated on university campuses.

Laurier’s steadfast adherence to public masking makes the school an outlier within the city. Waterloo Regional Council ended the municipal masking mandate on March 21, 2022.

Full video report to follow at

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Angered Neil Oliver – The Governing Class -vs- The Governed

Perhaps I am wrong, but the tone, disposition and presentation of this monologue by U.K. News pundit Neil Oliver, suggests to me that he is under pressure or threat due to his open commentary supporting a resistance uprising against the ruling class.

Within his weekly outline, there is a notable change in tone from Mr. Oliver as he outlines those voices that have been targeted by censorship, deplatforming and ongoing threats by western aligned media doing the bidding of their government overlords.  Perhaps Mr. Oliver has finally found himself in the crosshairs of the system which will not permit public dissent. WATCH:


It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the Saxon began to hate.

They were not easily moved,
They were icy — willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the Saxon began to hate.

Their voices were even and low.
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd.
It was not taught by the state.
No man spoke it aloud
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not suddently bred.
It will not swiftly abate.
Through the chilled years ahead,
When Time shall count from the date
That the Saxon began to hate.

~ Rudyard Kipling


Manitoba Premier ‘failed’ to disclose company directorship, assets exceed $30 million

Manitoba Premier ‘failed’ to disclose company directorship, assets exceed $30 million

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Premier Heather Stefanson is facing a stern warning from the province’s Liberal Opposition leader after she allegedly violated provincial conflict of interest rules. Dougald Lamont wants the Premier to receive an unprecedented three-month suspension from the legislature if convicted.

On February 13, Manitoba’s Court of King’s Bench will conduct a hearing to determine whether Stefanson contravened conflict of interest legislation over her repeated failure to disclose her directorship on a company with $31 million worth of real estate sales.

She also failed to disclose paperwork from the real estate holding company McDonald Grain Company Ltd., which sold three Winnipeg properties between 2016 and 2019. 

Though those transactions took place before the Tuxedo MLA became Manitoba’s Premier, Lamont launched a civil lawsuit last year as the Premier failed to notify the legislative assembly clerk within 30 days if she disposed of an asset.

In January 2022, Stefanson told reporters she did not submit the necessary paperwork within 30 days. Court documents called her decision careless.

In an affidavit filed on November 21, 2022, Stefanson said, “I did not direct my mind to whether the act required a special filing in respect of this disposition. Any failure to comply with the act was inadvertent.”

The Premier also claimed in the affidavit that she lacked awareness of the property sales until the press raised questions about the matter last year.

“It is my recollection and belief that this was the first time it came to my attention that I may not have complied with filing obligations,” she said.

On Tuesday, Lamont’s legal counsel Dave Hill filed a brief which argued Stefanson should have known better, considering her more than 20 years of experience making these types of disclosures before becoming an MLA.

“The respondent is a member [of the Manitoba legislature] … [previously] employed in the financial services sector where regulation and disclosure are similarly of the utmost importance,” wrote Hill.

“The respondent had a responsibility to determine whether the dispositions of property would trigger the provisions of the act and to, after that, turn her mind to whether or not specified disclosure was warranted.” 

Hill added that these responsibilities are magnified since the transaction value exceeds $30 million.

If found to have contravened the province’s conflict of interest legislation, Lamont states in the brief that he wants a three-month suspension and a $5,000 fine for the Premier. 

“These penalties will serve as a reminder of the importance of integrity, independence and accountability in local government decision-making, and the importance of certainty in reconciling the public duties and pecuniary interests of members,” wrote Hill in the brief.

“If you can’t be bothered to do something which could lose your job, that is a huge problem,” added Lamont.

The Premier said her Progressive Conservative government bolstered accountability measures for government officials by modernizing conflict of interest rules during the current term.

“Our government has worked to strengthen conflict of interest legislation so that all elected officials in the province are held to the highest standard of ethics and accountability,” penned Stefanson in a statement.

She did not comment further on Lamont’s civil action. 

“Everything I have to say on the matter before the courts were included in the filed affidavit,” she said.

Stefanson’s government is slated to face an election on October 3.

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