Sunday 14th of July 2024

of global warming....

“Not all entanglement-able particles will entangle” 

Gus Leonisky.

Now that I’ve got this Leonisky postulate personally observed complex controversy out of the way, let me say there are still people who think that “global warming” is a hoax. 

In order to prove it they include it as part of a list of suspected conspiracies coming from governments, the Jews, the underpaid scientists, the United nations, the WEF, the Bilderberg club and other secret societies — conspiracies which include Covid-19, the war in Gaza, the fake landing on the moon and electric cars… They won’t tell us why “global warming” is on this list, except that it’s part of the plot to make us tighten our butt and obey the dictating elites who want to feed us with artificial meat while sucking our brains.

changing the flower arrangement....

Vladimir Putin removed the longtime Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu from his post on Sunday as part of a cabinet reshuffle at the start of his fifth presidential term. Shoigu’s replacement is Andrei Belousov, a civilian economist who has served in various bureaucratic positions since 2006, including as Putin’s presidential advisor in economic affairs. 


Putin’s New Defense Minister Could Be His Successor
The pick indicates Putin is happier with the Russian economy than with the way the war has been going under Shoigu.



we all know (we all should) running with scissors is dangerous.....

The police fatal shooting of Win Rozario, a 19-year-old Bangladeshi teen who lived in Queens, New York, has set off protests and demands for justice from the family. Rozario had called 911 in late March asking for help as he experienced a mental health crisis, but two New York police officers who arrived at the family’s home shot him at least four times within minutes after entering the Rozario residence.


NYPD Kills Bangladeshi Teen Win Rozario After He Calls 911 for Help, as His Mom Pleads for His Life


spring, summer, autumn, WINTER........

Ray McGovern: Ukraine Collapsing.


While Russian President Vladimir Putin’s proposal to replace Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu with veteran economist Andrei Belousov may come as a surprise to some, there seems to be a good motive behind his move.

Andrei Belousov’s appointment as Russia’s newest minister of defense may help take Russia’s military-industrial complex and the entire weapon procurement system to a whole new level, argues Russian political analyst Sergei Poletaev.

cooking the book on global warming......

Abstract. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) assessments are the trusted source of scientific evidence for climate negotiations taking place under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Evidence-based decision-making needs to be informed by up-to-date and timely information on key indicators of the state of the climate system and of the human influence on the global climate system. However, successive IPCC reports are published at intervals of 5–10 years, creating potential for an information gap between report cycles.

macronleon's supporters want to relive waterloo......

Macron considers debating Le Pen to avoid European elections fiasco

According to the president's supporters, such a face-off would illustrate the battle between 'nationalists and progressives' that they have sought to establish. Le Pen said she would not rule out taking part in a debate, but would prefer to hold it after the elections.






some students point out the cowardice of the elites....

These elites in politics, business, media, and church have brought shame on themselves and us. Either covertly or overtly they have supported or wilfully ignored the genocide. History will  be a very harsh judge.

Politicians have run scared of the Zionist lobby. Business complains about disruption of shipping, whilst many are making huge profits by supplying arms. Our white man’s media including the ABC (7/30) shamefully parrot US and Israeli propaganda. Our Churchmen, and they are all men, seem unable to understand that Brown Muslims are as precious as White Christians.


his uncle got eaten by cannibals....

They Won't Show You Videos Like This!





birth certificate....

Republican demands State Dept. ‘show us the documents’ on COVID origin


Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, is leading a congressional push for the U.S. State Department to release documents relating to the origin of coronavirus.




The war on terror has gone cold…

The only place terrorism is still significant is in Central Africa (Mali et al)… where the Wahhabi Jihadists are still active. 

the relative reset....

Only the fool cannot be controlled….” Vladimir Leonisky (cousin)

This is why “they” invented the straight jacket…” Gus Leonisky


We are incessantly under pressure from our “cultural” information and obligations.

We have many sources of influences, from daily news to religions. We “used to” drive petrol cars not because we chose to, but because there was a conglomerate of corporate cultures that made the choice for us, from extraction of oil to the retail at the gas station — all for profit and control of the “market”.

bitter/sweet European divisions existed before xi's visit....

China’s President has just returned from a five day official visit to Europe, his first time on the continent in nearly five years.

While there he visited France, Serbia and Hungary, in a bid to show Europe that China is open for business, and that China’s goal is mutual respect, win-win cooperation, and global peace and prosperity.

But the Western media didn’t take too kindly to his visit, with the Financial Times labeling it “unproductive” and claiming China’s President was there to “sow divisions” in Europe.

Are they right, or is this just a case of sour grapes?

Today we’ll chat with two special guests for their takes: French national Arnaud Bertrand, and Serbian Nik Stankovic.

This is Reports on China, I’m Andy Boreham in Shanghai. Let’s get reporting.

whoever controls the narrative controls the world.........

The U.S. secretary of state and a Bilderberg surveillance tech oligarch have both made some very interesting admissions about the burgeoning protest movement against the U.S.-backed slaughter in Gaza and the problems it poses for the empire they help run.

During a vitriolic rant about university demonstrators at the Ash Carter Exchange on Innovation and National Security on Tuesday, Palantir CEO Alex Karp came right out and said that if those on the side of the protesters win the debate on this issue, the west will lose the ability to wage wars.


Caitlin Johnstone: An Empire Fears Its Students


the mainstream news organisations ignore the truth at their peril.....


It is frequently claimed that mainstream news organisations are in crisis and becoming ever more marginalised in the contemporary high-choice media environment. Such claims frequently conflate different challenges facing the industry, resulting in over-generalised claims about the prospects for established news brands. In this article, we identify four related crises: reach, resource, reputation and relevance.


Why mainstream news media still matter



they are incapable of thinking about their actions and the consequences....

On May 26, 2023, I wrote an article titled, Britain At War-Provoking the Consequences, attempting to warn the people of Britain and the West that their role in the war against Russia makes them a direct party to the conflict and that, as a consequence, Russia has the right to attack them. It seems the warning has to be repeated because the British, along with the rest of the NATO alliance of aggression, have increased their direct role in the Ukraine conflict and are threatening to escalate the war further.


BY Christopher Black


the vultures are back....

Scholars have noted ongoing neocolonialism, in which former colonial governments and their corporations extract value from Africa’s resources without commensurately benefiting Africans (herehere). However, the US and Western Europeans’ strategy to recolonize Africa has escaped scholars and leaders from the Global south.


BY Simon Chege Ndiritu


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