Composer: Erik Satie Pianist: Klára Körmendi Album: Piano Works (Selection) Year:1989
“Je suis venu au monde très jeune dans un temps très vieux.”
“I came into the world very young, in an age that was very old.” ― Erik Satie
Composer: Erik Satie Pianist: Klára Körmendi Album: Piano Works (Selection) Year:1989
“Je suis venu au monde très jeune dans un temps très vieux.”
“I came into the world very young, in an age that was very old.” ― Erik Satie
Sky News host Chris Kenny says if US President Joe Biden’s “feeble mental state” forces him to step down, he would be replaced by Vice President Kamala Harris – who is “not very convincing”. “Often trying to get out of awkward moments when she doesn’t know what she’s talking with forced laugher or repeating banal phrases,” he said. Mr Kenny said Ms Harris was recently at the Demilitarised Zone, which is one of the “world’s great strategic flashpoints” separating the communist dictatorship of North Korea from the democratic south. “There are no tricks here, the same divide has prevailed here for 70 years – but the Vice President of the US didn’t really seem to know whose side she was on,” he said. Mr Kenny said Ms Harris spoke of the positive relationship between the United States and the “Republic of North Korea” during her speech. “No Madam Vice President, North Korea is the enemy, they’re the bad guys,” he said.
6 hours agoI never bought into the whole voter fraud thing, but honestly, I’d rather believe there was voter fraud than believe there are this many dumb voters
6 hours agoIt’s like a competition to see who can outdo who to see who’s the biggest embarrassment.
6 hours agoShe’s such an embarrassment. This is what happens when people are hired solely on their sex and race.
4 hours agoAs an American, just a little short of J.B.’s age, I’m horrified, by what the World is witnessing. More frightening, is what, and who is really speaking for our country. A BOT??????? Run for your lives folks. And, thank you, Australia 🇦🇺
4 more years! 4 more years! Let’s keep those laughs coming….
Sky News host Cory Bernardi says the “bumbling, stumbling, lies and chaos” of US President Joe Biden’s administration is “laughable” – but the situation is serious. “That Biden is living with cognitive decline is undeniable,” he said. “We see the evidence of it almost every day. In that he’s not alone, many families are dealing with that very circumstance and it is no laughing matter.” Mr Bernardi said most citizens who are afflicted with conditions like President Biden’s “are not leaders of the free world” and don’t have the president’s responsibilities. “That global tensions are rising is as undeniable as Biden’s dementia – there are border wars and economic calamities that need to be dealt with and America will need to be at the forefront of that,” he said. “It’s a real question whether Biden is capable of making prudent decisions to deal with these matters and that has implications for Australia.” He discussed the issue with former Labor MP Michael Danby.
1 hour agoAs an American, I appreciate this newscast.
2 hours agoDemocrats : this is the most popular president ever, that’s how he won! Me : I call BS
2 hours agoI wasn’t worry about nuclear war until Biden said don’t worry about nuclear war
2 hours ago“Whatever he’s got in the WH is contagious” it grieves us all, someone please make it stop
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 by: Ramon Tomey
(Natural News) An adviser to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned young people against getting the latest version of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) booster doses.
Dr. Paul Offit, a member of the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC), expressed doubts over the COVID-19 bivalent booster. The regulator reportedly approved the updated version of the vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 without conducting human clinical trials.
“When you’re asking people to get a vaccine, I think there has to be clear evidence of benefit,” he said during an interview. “Because if you don’t have that, then it’s not fair to ask people to take a risk, no matter how small.”
“A healthy young person is unlikely to benefit from the extra dose,” Offit remarked, pertaining to the boosters that specifically target the B11529 omicron strain and its BA4 and BA5 sub-variants.
He reiterated his opposition to the bivalent booster in a Sept 21 op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, writing that he voted against authorizing the updated vaccine during a VRBPAC meeting.
According to Offit, the more contagious omicron rendered even the fully vaccinated at risk of mild illness. In turn, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that a third and fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose reduced hospitalizations.
“But not everyone benefited. Those who did fell into three groups: the elderly, people with serious health problems and people who were immunocompromised,” he pointed out. “It would be wise to focus on those at risk rather than the young and healthy.”
“How does it compare with the old monovalent one? We don’t know for sure, because the FDA authorized the new shot without clinical trials,” Offit remarked. (Related: We FINALLY found a vaccine that Paul Offit doesn’t endorse: the “bivalent booster” for covid.)
The CDC issued a recommendation on Sept. 1 for the reformulated bivalent boosters from Pfizer and Moderna. It recommended the Pfizer booster dose for Americans aged 12 and up, while the Moderna booster was recommended for those aged 18 and older. The public health agency advised people to get the updated boosters at least two months after their last vaccination.
Offit explained in his op-ed that “the new bivalent vaccine contains mRNA from the ancestral strain and BA4 and BA5, the sub-variants that account for virtually all currently circulating SARS-CoV-2 [infections].”
Members of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) also expressed doubts about recommending a vaccine that did not undergo human clinical trials. ACIP member Dr. Oliver Brooks remarked during a committee meeting: “I really do struggle with a vaccine that has no clinical data that has been reported for humans.”
Dr. Melinda Wharton, associate director for vaccine policy and clinical partnerships at the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, downplayed concerns by Brooks and other ACIP members. She compared the bivalent COVID-19 shots to influenza vaccines, which are updated annually without any human data.
Despite acknowledging that “there will be some bumps in the road” as officials transition to the updated shots, Wharton reiterated the importance of the new bivalent vaccines that – according to her own words – “will provide more protection.”
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky also defended the bivalent boosters, saying that they were “formulated to better protect against the most recently circulating COVID-19 variant” and can “help restore protection” against the pathogen.
Watch Stew Peters and Dr. Jane Ruby discuss the FDA’s approval of the untested bivalent COVID-19 vaccines.
This video is from the High Hopes channel on Brighteon.com.
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The jokes literally write themselves, lol…
Sky News host James Morrow says a remark made by the US President during a recent speech may be the “weirdest and creepiest thing” Joe Biden has ever stood up and said before a crowd. “That’s a pretty high bar, I grant you,” Mr Morrow said. Mr Biden recently greeted an audience member during a speech at the National Education Association headquarters in Washington DC, saying: “You gotta say hi to me. We go back a long way. She was 12, I was 30. But anyway, this woman helped me get an awful lot done”.
22 hours agoAs an American I’m truly embarrassed this guy got elected… thanks Australia for publishing real news not fake propaganda like in America.
14 hours agoBiden: “She was 12, I was 30.” Epstein: “Thanks for being a valued customer.”
4 hours agoThe fact that our country is somehow pretending this is normal, makes us literally the laughingstock of the world.
5 hours agoThe lady to his right, behind him was the only one that realized what he said. She wasn’t blinded by Political Correctness.
14 hours agoThe amount of creepy things this man has said and done to children is appalling.
3 hours agoI live here and you give better truth reporting than 90% of all our Mass Media- Thanks!
22 hours agoThe fact that they’re laughing along with and not at him is disgusting
8 hours ago (edited)The saddest of all is that as this man’s brain fails, so does the country he is supposed to be leading. What a tragedy! Those responsible for manufacturing his presidency should all be held accountable!
14 hours agoWhat’s even more creepy is all the people behind him laughing and smiling like everything’s fine. They have all convinced themselves this is all a new normal.
September 9, 2022
In the year 1566, at the end of the reign of the legendary Suleiman the Magnificent, his Ottoman Empire was the world’s dominant superpower.
Ottoman territory extended across three continents over nearly 2.3 million square kilometers. Its military was powerful… and feared. The economy was strong and the treasury plentiful.
But in time that changed. Subsequent Ottoman rulers became complacent. The government became bureaucratic. The military became softer. Society became decadent.
As a whole, they lost the elements that made them strong and powerful to begin with, and the empire began to dwindle.
Over time, France ascended as the dominant superpower; Paris became the global center of politics, commerce, and the arts. And no other European power could come close to France’s wealth or military capabilities.
But the French, too, lost their way, and were eventually displaced by the British Empire as the world’s leading superpower.
To this day the British Empire is still the largest ever in the history of the world, totaling more than a quarter of the world’s land mass. They dominated global trade and oversaw a period of relative peace now called the Pax Britannica.
Yet they too eventually declined, and the British Empire was ultimately displaced by the United States, which has now been the world’s leading superpower for decades.
It goes without saying that the United States is also in decline; that’s not intended to be an emotional or controversial statement. From a rational academic perspective, it’s very difficult to not see obvious and familiar signs of an empire in decay.
I group these into four fundamental forces of decline–
The first are the Forces of Energy, both natural and political, which have created rising energy costs that are now bordering on an energy crisis.
We discussed this at length in last week’s podcast, when I walked you through the dynamics of how it now requires much more energy to produce energy than ever before.
In other words, oil producers are having to burn more oil now to fuel their equipment, for every barrel of oil that they pump from the ground.
This is a critical trend to watch; the past few centuries have proven a very clear link between energy and prosperity, and more expensive energy is a nasty, long-term barrier to economic growth.
The second major category of forces causing decline in the US are the Forces of Society. We can see this every day in the social and political divisiveness, censorship, media manipulation, the appalling decline in trust, rising crime rates, popularity of socialism, wokeness, etc.
The third category are Forces of Economy. Here we can see evidence in the absurd level of money printing, inflation, the national debt, rising taxes, multi-trillion dollar spending packages that “cost nothing”, etc.
And the fourth category are the Forces of History. This is the inevitable course of empire– rise, peak, and decline, and it includes all the geopolitical events we’ve witnessed, from the debacle in Afghanistan to the war in Ukraine and rise of China.
Each of these groups of forces are contributing to an obvious US decline.
It is by no means a one-way street. And there are many elements that could be improved. The widespread adoption of nuclear power, for example, could result in an economic bonanza in the US, which would keep the party going for quite some time.
But for now, the trajectory of the US appears to be heading down. Again, that shouldn’t be a controversial statement, and I’d encourage anyone to look at the situation rationally and dispassionately, and not through the lens of patriotism or fear.
For a long time I’ve asked myself– what comes next? Who will be the dominant superpower after the US decline?
And I’ve often thought that China is the answer… simply because it is the only viable power large enough to displace the US.
But China has always been an imperfect answer. China has a mountain of its own problems too. Some are fixable, like its giant debt bubble. Others (like its demographic crisis) are not.
So my thinking has evolved… and I’m now considering a future world that looks more like Europe in the 600s.
At the time, there was no superpower. The Byzantine Empire was still relevant. But Europe had been taken over by several barbarian kingdoms– the Ostrogoths, Visigoths, Burgundians, Frisians, Franks. Plus the Middle East and North Africa were rapidly falling to the new Islamic Caliphate.
No single power dominated the rest. And I think that may be the world we’re headed for– where China, Russia, Europe, India, and North America are like the Barbarian Kingdoms of the 600s.
This has huge implications, especially for the US dollar.
The dollar has been the dominant reserve currency for so long, which is a privilege that the US government has been able to enjoy for decades.
It means that the Treasury Department has been able to borrow a whopping $30 trillion worth of debt, and has never had a problem finding lenders.
But in a world of Barbarian Kingdoms where no single superpower looms so large, there won’t be as much demand for US dollars.
And that decline in demand for dollars is going to make it awfully difficult for the US government to keep spending. Or for the Federal Reserve to keep printing.
This is the topic of today’s podcast. We do a deep dive on this ‘Barbarian Kingdom’ thesis, the Four Forces of decline, the implications for the US dollar, and ways to think about your Plan B.
You can download and listen here.
To your freedom,
11 hours agoShutting down the gov for any good length of time could be a disaster as our citizens would realize we never needed them after all.
Tuesday, September 06, 2022 by: Ethan Huff
(Natural News) Long after a person gets “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), his or her blood remains persistently tainted with foreign matter, a new study out of Italy has found.
Drs. Franco Giovannini, M.D., Riccardo Benzi Cipelli, M.D., and Giampaolo Pisano, M.D. – all surgeons – conducted a microscopy analysis on blood samples collected from people who got “fully vaccinated” for the Fauci Flu. They found that 94 percent of the samples were clearly unhealthy, suggesting that the shots leave behind permanently unclean blood.
Describing the tainted blood as “abnormal,” the study explains that foreign structures plague the blood of the fully jabbed. In some people, they form crystalline-type structures. In others, they create long-forming tubes and fibers that damage blood flow.
These mystery substances end up clotting, in many cases, cutting off circulation and creating a heart attack or even death. (Related: The after effects of covid “vaccination” have left millions of people disabled, research shows.)
One of the substances identified in the tainted blood samples of the fully jabbed appears to be graphene, the atoms of which arrange themselves into hexagons, forming flat crystal sheets.
Graphene is not technically a metal, but it behaves like a metallic compound. Graphene could be one of the mechanisms through which non-blood clots are forming inside the bodies of the fully jabbed.
“The two shapes they noticed in the blood stream were crystal-like chunks and tube-like lengths,” write Jennifer Margulis and Joe Wang for The Epoch Times.
“While the researchers could not confirm that what they saw was graphene, they pointed out that graphene can aggregate into shapes similar to those the doctors observed.”
Graphene is a foreign substance of choice for many new pharmaceutical drugs and vaccine injections. It is used in nasal spray flu vaccines and is currently being looked at for other applications.
None of the currently authorized or approved Fauci Flu shots list graphene as an ingredient. However, this latest study and several others prior have identified what appears to be graphene inside the vials.
While this newest study did not specifically test for graphene, the authors wrote that graphene could be what is self-assembling into structures throughout the bodies of the fully jabbed, allowing blood and other substances to form deadly clots.
“Graphene can self-assemble tiny nano-structures, making it useful for carbon nanotubes and carbon fiber,” the Times piece explains.
“These speculations raise more questions than answers, as neither graphene nor other metallic compounds were supposed to have been used in the vaccines. So why did over 950 people experiencing post-vaccination health issues present with foreign material in their blood?”
An earlier study out of Korea shows that mRNA (messenger RNA)-contaminated blood contains metallic objects that, based on the ingredient lists, should not be present.
That team of doctors, upon analyzing various blood samples, declared that the “preponderance of evidence” points to “foreign materials” inside covid jabs that persist through people’s bodies long after getting injected.
“From the 8 COVID-19 vaccine recipients: 6 plasma samples contained a multilayered disc of unidentified composition; 3 samples contained beaded coil-like materials; 1 plasma sample contained a fibrous bundle of similar appearing beaded foreign material; and a different group of 3 samples had crystal-like formations of foreign material,” the Korean study explains about what those doctors found.
“The various shapes and sizes of foreign materials in the centrifuged plasmas of COVID-19 vaccinated individuals closely resembled the shapes and sizes of foreign materials previously observed directly in the vaccines themselves.”
The latest news about the deadly effects of covid clot shots can be found at ChemicalViolence.com.
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September 06, 2022 Ravie Lakshmanan
A new phishing-as-a-service (PhaaS) toolkit dubbed EvilProxy is being advertised on the criminal underground as a means for threat actors to bypass two-factor authentication (2FA) protections employed against online services.
“EvilProxy actors are using reverse proxy and cookie injection methods to bypass 2FA authentication – proxifying victim’s session,” Resecurity researchers said in a Monday write-up.
The platform generates phishing links that are nothing but cloned pages designed to compromise user accounts associated with Apple iCloud, Facebook, GoDaddy, GitHub, Google, Dropbox, Instagram, Microsoft, NPM, PyPI, RubyGems, Twitter, Yahoo, and Yandex, among others.
EvilProxy is similar to adversary-in-the-middle (AiTM) attacks in that users interact with a malicious proxy server that acts as a go-between for the target website, covertly harvesting the credentials and 2FA passcodes entered in the login pages.
It’s offered on a subscription basis per service for a time period of 10, 20, or 31 days, with the kit available for $400 a month and accessed over the TOR anonymity network after the payment is arranged manually with an operator on Telegram. Attacks against Google accounts, in contrast, cost up to $600 per month.
EvilProxy (Phishing-as-a-Service) – Google 2FA from Resecurity on Vimeo.
“After activation, the operator will be asked to provide SSH credentials to further deploy a Docker container and a set of scripts,” Resecurity said, adding the technique mirrors that of another PhaaS service called Frappo that came to light earlier this year.
While the sale of EvilProxy to prospective customers is subject to vetting by the actors, it goes without saying that the service offers a “cost-effective and scalable solution” to carry out social engineering attacks.
The development is further an indication that adversaries are upgrading their attack arsenal to orchestrate sophisticated phishing campaigns targeting users in a manner that can defeat existing security safeguards.
To add to the concerns, the targeting of public-facing code and package repositories such as GitHub, NPM, PyPI, and RubyGems suggests that the operators are also aiming to facilitate supply chain attacks via such operations.
Gaining unauthorized access to accounts and injecting malicious code into widely used projects by trusted developers can be a goldmine for threat actors, significantly widening the impact of the campaigns.
“It’s highly likely the actors aim to target software developers and IT engineers to gain access to their repositories with the end goal to hack ‘downstream’ targets,” the researchers said.
Monday, September 05, 2022 by: Ethan Huff
(Natural News) Energy has become so expensive in Germany that the (soon-to-be former) economic powerhouse of Europe is now seeing a manufacturing shutdown that threatens to collapse the nation – and eventually the entire continent.
Calling the situation “alarming,” economic minister Robert Habeck announced that while industry has been working over the past several months to reduce gas consumption, including by switching to alternative fuels like oil, many companies have just “stopped production altogether.”
“It’s not good news,” he said, “because it can mean that the industries in question aren’t just being restructured but are experiencing a rupture – a structural rupture, one that is happening under enormous pressure.” (Related: Germany is about to lose at least half of its crop harvest as well due to drought.)
Year-ahead electricity prices in Europe soared to record highs this past week, only to drop by half not long after. Still, the price is obscenely high – see the graph at this link – and manufacturers are responding by closing up shop.
“Europe is facing economic devastation and depression at a scale that will make 2008 seems [sic] like a walk in the park,” reports Zero Hedge about the situation.
Everything from large industrial companies to small trading firms and medium-sized businesses – all of these make up Germany’s “Mittelstand” – is feeling the crunch. And firms within each of these sectors are shutting their doors because it costs too much to keep operating.
“Wherever energy is an important part of the business model, companies are experiencing sheer angst,” Habeck added.
Keep in mind that every business relies on energy – cheap energy, to be more specific. Without it, conducting business, especially in a globally competitive economy, quickly becomes impossible.
It turns out that large swaths of the German economy rely not on not just cheap energy but Russian energy, which Europe is refusing to buy due to United States-led sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine.
Other regions supply gas as well, but not as inexpensively as Russia, which holds some of the world’s largest reserves of oil and gas. Unless Germany starts buying from Russia once again, which does not appear likely, then Germany’s economy will go bye-bye in the coming months.
Habeck basically confirmed this, stating that the Russian energy competitive advantage that Germany has long maintained “won’t come back any time soon, if it ever comes back at all.”
Over the weekend, financial expert Zoltan Pozsar said much the same, explaining that Europe faces a “Minsky moment” triggered by excessive financial leverage – meaning the highly corrupt markets and financial system that feed them are once again to blame for this calamity.
“And in the context of supply chains,” Pozsar added, “leverage means excessive operation leverage: in Germany, $2 trillion of value added depends on $20 billion (worth) of gas from Russia … that’s 100 times leverage – much more than Lehman’s (Lehman Brothers).”
Meanwhile, the Nord Stream 1 (NS1) pipeline is once again closed for “planned maintenance.” This means that no Russian gas is flowing to Germany right now.
“The outage comes with European countries already laboring under sharp price rises as a result of dwindling Russian supplies,” reports the Hedge. “Prices have more than doubled since Russian exporter Gazprom first restricted deliveries through Nord Stream 1 three months ago.”
Siegfried Russwurm, the head of Germany’s main business lobby, BDI, says that recent interest rate hikes in the U.S. coupled with slowing growth in China is hitting Germany with a second punch because China is one of the country’s largest export markets.
The collapse of the global economy is well underway. To keep up with the latest, visit Collapse.news.
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