• Pentagon Technocrats Using AI To ‘See Days In Advance’

    Pentagon Technocrats Using AI To ‘See Days In Advance’
    The Global Information Dominance Experiment (GIDE) seeks to see into the future in order to outwit the enemy. This was tried with pre-crime AI software with miserable results, but the combined force of the Pentagon continues to pursue this Technocrat solution for the military. ⁃ TN EditorUS. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) recently conducted a series of tests known as the Global Information Dominance Experiments, or GIDE, which combined global sensor networks, artificial intelligence (AI)
  • Scientists: Delta Infections Of Fully Vaccinated Produce 251 Times The Viral Load

    Scientists: Delta Infections Of Fully Vaccinated Produce 251 Times The Viral Load
    The Lancet preprint specifically states: “Viral loads of breakthrough Delta variant infection cases were 251 times higher than those of cases infected with old strains detected between March-April 2020.” A “breakthrough case” is one who contracts the virus after being fully vaccinated. ⁃ TN EditorWhile moderating the symptoms of infection, the jab allows vaccinated individuals to carry unusually high viral loads without becoming ill at first, potentially transformin
  • Washington State Is Hiring ‘Strike Team’ For Secured Isolation/Quarantine Facility

    Washington State Is Hiring ‘Strike Team’ For Secured Isolation/Quarantine Facility
    Leftist governor Jay Inslee established an isolation and quarantine facility in Centralia and is now seeking to hire a “strike team” to provide services, security and management to the facility. Patient check-in is said to be voluntary but you cannot leave without notifying the staff. The state provides around-the-clock security.
    While this sounds innocuous to some, it is a slippery slope in a dark blue state like Washington, that has already expressed tyrannical policies in other ar
  • Technocrats Are Preparing ‘Mandatory’ Personal Carbon Allowances

    Technocrats Are Preparing ‘Mandatory’ Personal Carbon Allowances
    As forecast, the pandemic and global warming memes are merging because they are both orchestrated by the exact same alarmist crowd of Sustainable Development ideologues. The UN’s Sustainable Development goals are the plumb line for the future of humanity and are totally embedded in the WEF’s Great Reset.
    The referenced Nature article states,
    The introduction of personal carbon allowances (PCAs), a mitigation policy proposal developed in the 1990s5, is ripe for revisitation. This poli
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  • What are community fridges? Inside the effort to reduce hunger amid COVID-19

    More and more people are going hungry, with food bank lines stretching for blocks. One solution has been popping up in cities of all sizes: community fridges. The fridges, usually colorfully painted, can be found in public spaces like sidewalks and storefronts. Volunteers and community members keep them stocked with donated food and other supplies, and people can take what they need – no questions asked. While the pandemic and subsequent economic difficulty may have accelerated their use,
  • The Sounds of Healing

    The Sounds of Healing
    What Washington musician Yoko Sen describes as the "soundtrack of her life" is not one of the songs she wrote for the band Dust Galaxy, but the alarm of the heart monitor at her hospital bedside. When the U.S.-based Japanese artist fell ill in 2012 and had to spend weeks in hospitals, she found the jarring sounds there detrimental to her healing. "I thought it was torture, the cacophony of alarms, beeps, doors slamming, the squeaking of carts, people screaming." At the time, it wasn't clear if S
  • The Sacklers, Who Made Billions From OxyContin, Win Immunity From Opioid Lawsuits

    Members of the Sackler family who are at the center of the nation's deadly opioid crisis have won sweeping immunity from opioid lawsuits linked to their privately owned company Purdue Pharma and its OxyContin medication. Federal Judge Robert Drain approved a bankruptcy settlement on Wednesday that grants the Sacklers "global peace" from any liability for the opioid epidemic. "This is a bitter result," Drain said. "I believe that at least some of the Sackler parties have liability for those [opio
  • The pandemic has pushed children's mental health and access to care to a 'crisis point'

    The pandemic has pushed children's mental health and access to care to a 'crisis point'
    Many adults report that the pandemic has been hard on their mental health. For kids, some experts say, it has become a crisis. Children's hospitals around the country say they have seen a meteoric rise in the number of children who need mental health help. Access to care, which was a problem before the pandemic, particularly for kids of color, has gotten much worse. Several children's hospitals said the supply of inpatient psychiatric beds has been so short, they've had to board kids in their em
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  • The millionaire rewilding the countryside, one farm at a time

    The millionaire rewilding the countryside, one farm at a time
    Julia Davies had one only goal in mind when she sold her share of the outdoor equipment company Osprey Europe a few years ago. The entrepreneur decided she was going to spend her millions ... by returning swathes of the British farmland to wilderness. Nature is in crisis in the UK, she argues, and its threatened wildlife needs all the protection it can get. A few months ago, the first steps towards her rewilding dreams were taken with the purchase of 170 hectares of fields and meadows that surro
  • The end of the world as we know it

    The end of the world as we know it
    Many writers have pointed to the havoc and ruin that have accompanied the imposition of free markets across the world. Whether in Africa, Asia, Latin America or post-communist Europe, policies of wholesale privatisation and structural adjustment have led to declining economic activity and social dislocation on a massive scale. Anyone who has watched a country lurch from one crisis to another as the bureaucrats of the IMF impose cut after cut in pursuit of the holy grail of stabilisation will rec
  • That time America almost had a 30-hour workweek

    The nature of work has undergone a lot of changes during the coronavirus pandemic. In Congress, Rep. Mark Takano (D-Calif.) has introduced legislation to make a 32-hour workweek standard. This "great reassessment" of labor feels revolutionary. But we have been here before. In 1933, the Senate passed, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt supported, a bill to reduce the standard workweek to only 30 hours. In the 1830s, workers in manufacturing were on the job roughly 70 hours a week, often in horre
  • Taliban now has access to $85 billion of American military equipment

    Taliban now has access to $85 billion of American military equipment
    The Taliban now has access to $85 billion worth of American military equipment and the biometric data of the Afghans who have assisted soldiers over the past 20 years, a Republican congressman has warned. Jim Banks, a former US Navy reservist, said that the vast amount of hardware left behind includes 75,000 vehicles, 200 airplanes and helicopters and 600,000 small arms and light weapons. "The Taliban now has more Black Hawk helicopters than 85 per cent of the countries in the world," he said. O
  • Solar power in Australia outstrips coal-fired electricity for first time

    Solar power in Australia outstrips coal-fired electricity for first time
    The national electricity market reached a new milestone on Sunday, with solar power outstripping energy generation from coal for the first time since the market was set up two decades ago. The crossover point lasted for only a few minutes, as low demand and sunny skies on Sunday meant the contribution from coal dropped to a record low of 9,315MW just after noon, while solar provided the dominant share with 9,427MW. Dylan McConnell, a research fellow at the University of Melbourne's climate and e
  • Post-9/11 Stings Targeted People Who Posed No Threat. They Remain in Prison.

    Post-9/11 Stings Targeted People Who Posed No Threat. They Remain in Prison.
    Right up until his death in 2018, Ferik Duka dreamed of seeing his three eldest sons, Shain, Dritan, and Eljvir, freed from prison. In 2009, the three brothers were sentenced to life for their role in an alleged plot to attack the Fort Dix military base in New Jersey. The convictions followed a terrorism sting ... that ran for over a year and involved multiple government informants. The investigation into the "Fort Dix Five," as the case became known, was marred by outrageous law enforcement and
  • NIH Documents Provide New Evidence U.S. Funded Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan

    NIH Documents Provide New Evidence U.S. Funded Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan
    Documents obtained by The Intercept contain new evidence that the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the nearby Wuhan University Center for Animal Experiment, along with their collaborator, the U.S.-based nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance, have engaged in what the U.S. government defines as "gain-of-function research of concern," intentionally making viruses more pathogenic or transmissible in order to study them, despite stipulations from a U.S. funding agency that the money not be used for that purpos
  • Mysterious Ailments Are Said to Be More Widespread Among U.S. Personnel

    Mysterious Ailments Are Said to Be More Widespread Among U.S. Personnel
    Mysterious episodes that caused brain injuries in spies, diplomats, soldiers and other U.S. personnel overseas starting five years ago now number more than 130 people, far more than previously known, according to current and former officials. The number of cases within the C.I.A., the State Department, the Defense Department and elsewhere spurred broad concern in the Biden administration. The initial publicly confirmed cases were concentrated in China and Cuba and numbered about 60, not includi
  • My Husband Died on 9/11. I Am Still Waiting for a Trial of His Killers.

    My Husband Died on 9/11. I Am Still Waiting for a Trial of His Killers.
    After the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, the U.S. Justice Department brought the co-conspirators before the federal court in the Southern District of New York for a criminal trial. After the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania ... the U.S. Justice Department similarly brought the perpetrators to public criminal trials in downtown Manhattan. Of course, the number killed in the 9/11 attacks far eclipses the count of those injured and killed in the World Trade Center 1993 bom
  • Lawmaker wants pardon for Daniel Hale, who leaked drone secrets

    Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) is asking President Biden to pardon a former Air Force intelligence analyst who exposed secrets about drone warfare in Afghanistan. In July, Daniel Hale pleaded guilty in federal court in Alexandria to violating the Espionage Act and was sentenced in July to 45 months in prison for leaking classified documents to the Intercept. In court, Hale said he felt compelled to speak out about the immorality of the drone program after realizing he had helped kill Afghan civilians
  • Kamala Harris' Vietnam trip delayed over possible case of mysterious 'Havana syndrome'

    Kamala Harris' Vietnam trip delayed over possible case of mysterious 'Havana syndrome'
    Vice President Kamala Harris' trip to Hanoi, Vietnam, was delayed by a few hours after her office was made aware of a "recent possible anomalous health incident" among U.S. officials in Hanoi. "Anomalous health incident" is how the United States government refers to the mysterious "Havana syndrome." First reported in 2016 by United States officials in Cuba, Havana syndrome has afflicted more than 130 U.S. officials over the past five years stationed in several countries overseas. Victims of the
  • Joe Rogan, controversial podcast host, says he tested positive for Covid-19

    Joe Rogan, controversial podcast host, says he tested positive for Covid-19
    Joe Rogan, one of the world's highest paid and most influential podcast hosts, announced Wednesday he has tested positive for Covid-19 and said he'd embarked on a fringe treatment regime. In a video posted to his official Instagram account, Rogan said he felt "very weary" on Saturday and got tested for Covid-19 the following day. He said ahead of the test he quarantined from his family and "throughout the night, I got fevers and sweats and I knew what was going on." Rogan's revealing his positiv
  • Israel, Once the Model for Beating Covid, Faces New Surge of Infections

    Israel, Once the Model for Beating Covid, Faces New Surge of Infections
    Last spring, Israel's remarkably swift vaccination campaign was seen as a global model. Coronavirus infections plummeted, an electronic pass allowed the vaccinated to attend indoor concerts and sporting events, and distancing rules and mask mandates were eventually scrapped. Israel offered the world a hopeful glimpse of the way out of the pandemic. No longer. A fourth wave of infections is rapidly approaching the levels of Israel's worst days of the pandemic last winter. The daily rate of confir
  • Indian Boarding Schools' Traumatic Legacy, And The Fight To Get Native Ancestors Back

    After the remains of more than 1,300 First Nations students were discovered at the former sites of Canada's residential schools earlier this year, the U.S. is now facing its own moment of reckoning with its history of Native American boarding schools. In response to these findings, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland (a member of the Pueblo of Laguna) announced a Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative to review "the troubled legacy of federal boarding school policies." In Carlisle, Pennsylv
  • How the N.Y.P.D. Is Using Post-9/11 Tools on Everyday New Yorkers

    How the N.Y.P.D. Is Using Post-9/11 Tools on Everyday New Yorkers
    It was an unusual forearm tattoo that the police said led them to Luis Reyes, a 35-year-old man who was accused of stealing packages from a Manhattan building's mailroom in 2019. But the truth was more complicated: Mr. Reyes had first been identified by the New York Police Department's powerful facial recognition software as it analyzed surveillance video of the crime. His guilty plea this year ... was part of the sprawling legacy of one of the city's darkest days. Since the fall of the World Tr
  • How Myanmar's military terrorized its people with weapons of war

    When Myanmar's military seized power in a Feb. 1 coup, millions across the country took to the streets in protest. The Myanmar military responded with weapons of war and brutal, premeditated counterinsurgency tactics against demonstrators. U.N. officials and human rights groups say these acts must be investigated as crimes against humanity. Noise from the nearby pagoda roused Aung and his family before dawn on April 9. He saw dozens of soldiers shouting and cursing as they streamed onto trucks,
  • 'Green steel': Swedish company ships first batch made without using coal

    'Green steel': Swedish company ships first batch made without using coal
    The world's first customer delivery of "green steel" produced without using coal is taking place in Sweden, according to its manufacturer. The Swedish venture Hybrit said it was delivering the steel to truck-maker Volvo AB as a trial run before full commercial production in 2026. Volvo has said it will start production in 2021 of prototype vehicles and components from the green steel. Steel production using coal accounts for around 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Hybrit started test opera
  • General Failure: How the U.S. Military Lied About the 9/11 Wars

    General Failure: How the U.S. Military Lied About the 9/11 Wars
    Every day since 9/11, the U.S. military has disciplined soldiers who failed to do their jobs properly. Since 2001, there have been more than 1.3 million cases of discipline in the armed forces, according to the Pentagon's annual reports. But the generals who misled Congress and the American public about the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have not needed to worry about negative consequences for their careers. After 20 years of conducting a disinformation campaign about what was really happening on
  • For Two Decades, Americans Told One Lie After Another About What They Were Doing in Afghanistan

    For Two Decades, Americans Told One Lie After Another About What They Were Doing in Afghanistan
    For two decades, Americans have told each other one lie after another about the war in Afghanistan. The lies have come from the White House, Congress, the State Department, the Pentagon, and the CIA, as well as from Hollywood, cable news pundits, journalists, and the broader culture. But at the very edge of the American empire, the war was nasty and brutish. This month, as the Taliban swiftly took control of Kabul and the American-backed government collapsed, the U.S. Special Inspector General f
  • FBI releases declassified document into Saudi 9/11 links after Biden order

    The FBI released a newly declassified document about the 9/11 attacks Saturday, revealing details about the logistical support given to two of the Saudi hijackers in the lead-up to the terrorist operation, as the world marked the 20th anniversary of one of America's darkest days. The 16-page document is the first investigative record to be shared since President Joe Biden ordered a declassification review of files about 9/11 last week. The document, which is heavily redacted, provides a summary
  • Democrats Who Joined Republicans to Increase Military Budget Have Strong Defense Ties

    Democrats Who Joined Republicans to Increase Military Budget Have Strong Defense Ties
    Just two days after the U.S. ended its 20-year war in Afghanistan, more than a dozen Democrats with strong ties to the military establishment defied President Joe Biden and voted to add nearly $24 billion to the defense budget for fiscal year 2022. On Wednesday, 14 Democrats joined 28 Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee to adopt an amendment from Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., to the fiscal year 2022 defense authorization bill that would boost Biden's $715 billion spending proposal to $
  • Biden orders declassification of Sept. 11 investigation documents

    Biden orders declassification of Sept. 11 investigation documents
    President Joe Biden is ordering the widespread declassification of information collected during the U.S. investigation of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks following growing pressure to do so from family members of the victims. The order lays out specific timelines over the next six months for the release of the documents, with some set to be released as early as next week's 20th anniversary of the terror attacks. Information should only remain classified if its release would pose a clear national

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