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Sep 25 05:52

Americans Have No Clue What the True COVID Numbers Are

Knowledge gives you the power to make informed decisions based on evidence. A bank will not lend money to an entrepreneur without a business plan. Companies that operate without a budget will fail.

You would not consent to fly in a plane with a pilot who didn’t have his license. You wouldn’t knowingly hire an attorney who didn’t pass the bar. You wouldn’t get into a taxi with a driver who couldn’t drive.

And yet, many have been making health decisions based on misconceptions, misinformation and sometimes outright lies. A report1 released in 2020, six months into the pandemic, revealed that most Americans had significant misconceptions of the risks involved from COVID-19. Months later, evidence suggests not much has changed.

Sep 24 09:28

REPORT: The Democrats’ Massive Spending Bill Includes A Hidden Bailout For The Liberal Media

The Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending bill is so massive and so packed with pork, that it’s hard to know what’s even in it.

One buried item that no one is talking about is a bailout for the liberal media.

Do you want your tax dollars going to them?

Sep 24 03:47

Biden And Press Sadly Break-Up

A pretty bad Friday for President Biden: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) denied Biden’s COVID-19 booster shots for all Americans.

France summoned its envoy to the U.S. after Team Biden snubbed our oldest ally in creating a national security deal with the United Kingdom and Australia.

Sep 23 06:44

‘NYT’ glorifies an Israeli war crime, with reporting by AIPAC’s friend Bergman

Here we go again. The New York Times just ran a long, gee-whiz article about an Israeli war crime — the murder of an Iranian scientist inside Iran last year– penned by its Israeli security expert, Ronen Bergman. “The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted Remote-Control Killing Machine“, by Ronen Bergman and Farnaz Fassihi is filled with awe-inspiring details of the methods Israel employed to kill Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a top Iranian nuclear scientist, at the wheel of his car outside Tehran last November 27.

The killing was of course an act of war, and one aimed at destroying the Iran deal for good in the last weeks of the Trump administration. The European Union condemned the killing at the time: “This is a criminal act and runs counter to the principle of respect for human rights the EU stands for.”

Sep 23 06:34

Reuters and BBC Caught Taking Money for Propaganda Campaign

Operation Mockingbird,1,2 publicly revealed during a 1975 Congressional hearing, was a clandestine CIA media infiltration campaign launched in 1948 under the Office of Special Projects.3

The CIA reportedly spent $1 billion a year (about one-third of its entire budget4) on under-the-table bribes to hundreds of American journalists who in return published fake stories at the CIA’s request. CIA-recruited journalists worked in most major news organizations, including CBS News, Time, Life, Newsweek and The New York Times, just to name a few.5 Later on, the campaign expanded to include foreign media as well.

Sep 23 06:10

Elites conspiring with media to smear political opponents: Tulsi Gabbard

Sep 22 21:56

Tucker Highlights Clip Of Biden Saying Whites Becoming A Minority Is 'A Source Of Our Strength'

Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night played a clip of Joe Biden from 2015 hailing white people becoming a minority in America as "a source of our strength" and something "we can be most proud of."

Sep 22 11:39

How the CDC used the movie ‘Contagion’ to exploit the anthrax plot and increase their staff and budgets

Newly released documents have revealed the extent of the CDC’s role in the 2011 film, and how they milked the positive publicity. But they also beg the question why they weren’t more prepared for a real pandemic, like Covid.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is one of the fastest-growing federal agencies of recent decades. In 1987, their budget was $590 million but by 2020 it had ballooned to over $8 billion, leading journalist Eric Boehm to observe, “If the agency had grown with inflation since 1987, it would have a budget of about $1.3 billion today. Total federal spending, meanwhile, has grown from a hair over $1 trillion in 1987 to $4.4 trillion last year—which means that the CDC's budget has grown faster [than] the government’s overall spending.”

Sep 22 11:39

Instagram, the Internet's Cool Mom, Leaves Up Videos Encouraging Kids to Steal From School

Like an aging water park, Facebook owes its continued existence to occasionally throwing in a new wave pool (Instagram) and then spending most of the rest of its days sipping a cold one and paying the settlements on the injury lawsuits, safe in the knowledge that it’s the only game in town. Now that a formidable rival is threatening to put it out of business, it must ask itself: what does TikTok have that I don’t? We ripped off literally everything, but they’ve still got the kids—hey, what about those kids cracking skulls in the parking lot?

Welcome to KrunkTown, aka Reels, aka the future of Facebook.

Sep 22 11:37

Facebook tested secret project, approved by Mark Zuckerberg, that pushed positive spin about company to combat bad press – reports

Facebook reportedly conducted a secret campaign to push more positive content about the platform – some written internally – via its users’ ‘News Feeds’ in a bid to counter the effects of negative media coverage on its reputation.

The social media giant’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg apparently personally approved the initiative – dubbed ‘Project Amplify’ – in August, despite Facebook executives being shocked by the idea when it was proposed at a meeting in January, according to the New York Times.

Sep 22 11:27

The Day The Media Turned On Biden: Psaki Grilled By 'Once Friendly' CBS

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was shocked Tuesday after CBS anchor Gayle King slammed recent "very bad behavior" by the U.S. internationally.

King said on "CBS Mornings" that "there's a lot of incoming" at the White House these days, given a recent spate of negative headlines at home and away for the Biden administration. After Psaki spoke of President Joe Biden's Tuesday address before the United Nations General Assembly as forward-looking, King added that Biden couldn't "ignore what has happened before."

"We’re still getting hammered for how the withdrawal from Afghanistan happened," King said. "Everybody knows, many people believe it was time. It’s just the way that it was done … That’s not a good look. You look at what’s happening with immigration. You look at France now saying that they’ve been betrayed by the United States. So I get that we have to look forward. But what are we doing to justify or explain what appears to be very bad behavior on our part?"

Sep 22 08:14

Facebook Blocks Ad For Song Critical of Biden’s Afghanistan Withdrawal

Facebook blocked an ad that promoted a song critical of President Joe Biden's botched Afghanistan withdrawal, raising questions about how it applies its advertising rules.

The social media giant twice prohibited Five For Fighting's John Ondrasik from purchasing an ad to promote his new single "Blood On My Hands." Facebook claimed the song, which slams the Biden administration for abandoning hundreds of Americans and thousands of Afghan allies, "violated their policy on either politics or social issues." The song singles out Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley.

Sep 22 08:10

‘What World Are You Living In?’: Anthony Sabatini Mocks Hysterical Reporter Upset He Doesn’t Support COVID Restrictions

During an appearance on Showtime’s The Circus, U.S. House candidate Anthony Sabatini, who currently serves in the Florida legislature, mocked the female reporter as she questioned him on COVID-19 vaccine passports and other restrictions, and repeatedly asserted her own views to debate the candidate.

In a two minute clip of the interview posted to Twitter, Sabatini explained that he views it as his duty as an elected official to protect the rights and freedoms of his constituents. “I’m not here to micromanage every aspect of their lives,” said Sabatini, “Maybe you don’t understand that because you work in journalism, but that’s the role of the government, that’s actually the founding principle of the government, is to protect rights, let decisions be made by individuals concerning their own public health.”

Sep 22 05:43

MSNBC's Joy Reid complains about Gabby Petito media coverage, calls it 'missing white woman syndrome'

MSNBC host Joy Reid racialized the probable homicide of Gabby Petito when she bemoaned Monday the national media attention — including on MSNBC — that Petito's case has generated since the 22-year-old was reported missing earlier this month.

What did Reid say?

The MSNBC host conceded on her show, "The ReidOut," that Petito's family deserved "answers and justice," but suggested Petito's case generated national media attention only because she was a young white woman.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Look at all the media attention George Floyd got, and he was black!

Sep 22 05:26

Coming to America

The sudden crossing of the Rio Grande river at Del Rio, Texas, by 15,000 Haitians is a reminder that the most prophetic novel of the last half century was the late Jean Raspail’s 1973 book The Camp of the Saints about a million third-worlders landing on the beaches of France, and whites being unable to summon the will to be so racist as to turn them away.

Do American leaders still believe that they have the moral right to protect the territory of the American people by force? Or will we unilaterally disarm in the Scramble for America?

Few recent incidents better sum up elites’ lack of spine than this Reuters headline on Monday evening:

White House condemns border guard use of whip-like cord against Haitian migrants

Of course, the bridle reins held by the mounted patrolman weren’t actually a whip, as the press initially reported, but, still…they were whip-like.

Sep 21 21:01

71-minute video: Need to Know news for lucid analysis and commentary on current events (September 20, 2021)

Professor Emeritus Jim Fetzer, Joe Olson, and I discuss current events here on BitChute (censored on YouTube).

Want to learn more about false flags and conspiracies? For ~25 years I’ve learned from Professor Fetzer’s academic work; he offers 24 free video presentations from the False Flags and Conspiracies 2020 Virtual Conference.

Context: American Revolution 2.0 2020: PATRIOTS vs. LOYALISTS

I’m a professional historian with degrees from Berkeley and Harvard, helped craft and deliver ~300 policy briefs for Members of Congress on ending poverty that led to two UN Summits for heads of state, have written ~1,000 articles since 2009 with ~50 million page views that include published research, and was recognized by two Los Angeles Mayors as among the very best high school teachers among ~20,000 teachers in Central L.A.

Sep 21 16:13

Bloomberg Confirms 'Wokeism' is a Tool For 'Exporting' U.S. Influence, Serves Elite Interests

Wokeism serves elite interests by getting radicals to focus on fighting the "patriarchy" and "white supremacy" (aka their middle class neighbors) rather than our Jeffrey Epstein-compromised elite.

Economist Tyler Cowen all but admitted as much in a column for Bloomberg News on Sunday.

Sep 21 11:09

Democratic Officials Continue to Threaten Tech Companies to Censor More

Over the last year, Democratic Party members of Congress have become increasingly explicit that Silicon Valley giants must either censor the material Democrats dislike or suffer legal and regulatory reprisals. The most recent example is one of the most egregious yet: Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congressman Adam Schiff demanded that Amazon stop promoting books on COVID they find offensive. The consequences -- both political and legal -- are grave.

Sep 21 10:25

EXCLUSIVE: Durham Indictment Shows Clinton Likely Worked With Top Google Exec To Fabricate Russia Hoax, Says Google Whistleblower

In the bombshell felony indictment made public this week, Special Prosecutor John Durham alleged that agents of the 2016 Clinton campaign knowingly concocted false allegations that President Donald Trump was receiving secret hi-tech communications from the Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank. The Durham indictment further alleged that Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann intentionally spread that hoax to the FBI, Democrat-friendly media and another undisclosed federal agency under false pretenses.

Moreover, the Durham indictment identifies the mastermind of the operation to create spread and spread the Alfa Bank Hoax as a Big Tech executive, who allegedly “exploited” privately-held data of several large tech companies to create a false “narrative” about Trump-Russia collusion. This person may be Eric Schmidt, the former Executive Chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google.

Sep 21 10:24

FACT CHECK: ‘Whips’ Used By Border Patrol During Illegal Migrant Surge Are Actually Just Horse Reins, Never Struck Migrants

Left-wing corporate media outlets are currently circulating the narrative that illegal Haitian migrants at the U.S. southern border are being beaten with whips by Border Patrol officers on horseback. These claims are unequivocally false, as not only are the “whips” in the viral images and video footage actually horse reins, but there is no evidence that the reins were actually used to strike illegal migrants.

The still images and videos quickly went viral on left-wing social media platforms such as Twitter, with far-left corporate media outlets such as VICE running headlines along the lines of “Border Patrol agents are whipping Haitian migrants at the US-Mexico border in Texas.”

Sep 21 10:24

VIDEO: MSNBC Analyst Says Biden’s Drone Killing Of 10 Civilians ‘Confirms The Rightness And Correctness’ Of Botched Withdrawal

MSNBC Richard Stengel made the bold claim on Monday that the Biden regime’s use of a drone to kill 10 Afghan civilians in a strike that has been classified as accidental actually “just confirms the rightness and correctness” of Biden’s botched and heavily criticized withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Stengel was asked, “It was already a rough patch for the Biden administration to say the least, but where does this mistake leave the White House now, how does it fit into the broader story of Afghanistan?”

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Sep 21 07:08

Twitter Pays $800 Million To Settle Lawsuit Alleging Company Provided Misleading User Metrics To Investors

Twitter has reached an $809 million class action lawsuit settlement to resolve claims that the company "provided misleading user-engagement info to investors".

A lawsuit filed in 2016 alleged that Jack Dorsey and former CEO Dick Costolo, in addition to board member Evan Williams, hid information about the social media company's slowing user growth while they sold their personal stock holdings. The sales netted "hundreds of millions of dollars in insider profits," the suit alleged, according to Variety.

Among the allegations were that the company didn’t reveal that to investors that its DAU figures showed that user engagement was flat or declining at the time.

Sep 21 07:03

Think Facebook's review will fix alleged Israeli bias? Not so fast, say Palestinians

alestinian digital rights advocates have welcomed Facebook's Oversight Board's call for an independent review into alleged bias in the tech giant's moderation of Palestinian and Israeli posts.

But not so fast, they say. While the review is long overdue, the platform still has a way to go before it is moderated fairly and transparently, and it remains to be seen if the company will act on the board's recommendations.

The board's report, released last week, came after an uproar in May when Facebook, Instagram (also owned by the tech giant) and Twitter were accused of censoring Palestinians and their supporters following the removal of hundreds of pro-Palestinian posts, often without explanation.

It wasn’t the first time the social media platforms, their moderators and algorithms have been accused of stifling the free speech of Palestinians.

Sep 21 05:39

CNN: Stop ‘Doing Your Own Research’

Four little words — “do your own research” — are hurting the US pandemic response, CNN’s chief media correspondent Brian Stelter said on “Reliable Sources” Sunday. And it is having real consequences as personalities from Nicki Minaj to Sean Hannity continue to promote the idea.

Minaj helped raise doubts about Covid-19 vaccines on Twitter last week, claiming she would only get the shots once she’d “done enough research.” It may seem like a reasonable, even positive, attitude, and it is a favored talking point echoed by many in the right-wing media.

The problem is that most people simply don’t know how to do their own research, especially when it comes to understanding the complexities of medical science.

The concept has lately become associated with Covid-19 and QAnon, but the phrase “do your own research” dates back to the 1890s when it was associated with skepticism surrounding the smallpox vaccine[…]

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note the "authoritative sources" comment. You know, authorities. The same authorities that told you Chantix and Vioxx were safe to use.

Sep 21 05:34

BEX ALERT - MSNBC Guest Amandi: ‘Trump Is a Terrorist’ — MAGA a ‘Paramilitary Cult’

Monday on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” Democratic pollster Fernand Amandi called former President Donald Trump “a terrorist.”

Guest host Jason Johnson asked, “The idea of overt actions of violence against members of Congress seems to be part and parcel of the current GOP.”

He continued, “Does that work, polling-wise? Or is it all in the heads of Republicans?”

Amandi replied, “Well, Jason, it certainly works in the radicalized fringe segment of the electorate that the MAGA paramilitary cult caters to.”

Sep 21 05:30

VIDEO: Mysteriously Loud Cheer Erupts from Tiny Crowd After Kamala Harris Coin Toss

Family members of January 6 protesters who are or have been incarcerated at the Washington, DC, jail shared disturbing accounts of alleged mistreatment by authorities during Saturday’s “Justice for J6” rally.

“Last night for dinner, they were served four pieces of white bread, a cookie, and a packet of tartar sauce,” claimed a woman who went by “Kelly.”

Kelly is reportedly the girlfriend of Jonathan Mellis, who was among the protesters who entered the Capitol building on January 6. She claimed Mellis, who has been in jail for months, is being held in solitary confinement.

“I think America needs to become very well versed in the treatment of these men. It’s human rights that we are talking about, and it’s completely non-partisan,” she said, speaking to a crowd of a few hundred people.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sound effects?

Sep 20 21:12

CNN: Stop 'Doing Your Own Research'

People "doing their own research" is highly problematic and hurting the government's pandemic response, CNN reports.

Sep 20 09:53

Facebook won’t respond to accusations it “asked fact-checking partners to retroactively change their findings”

“The Facebook Files” is an in-depth series based on leaked internal documents that expose the way social media giant Facebook views its platform and its social impact. It was released earlier this week.

Several factors are raised in The Journal’s reporting, including Instagram’s negative impact on minors, the implications of algorithmic changes on political discourse, and Facebook’s protection of influential users. Facebook’s internal research opposes its public assertions, and the company has internalized its societal ills while publicizing its positives in the report.

The Journal also highlighted that their decisions may not be as impartial as they appear on the surface and that “Facebook has asked fact-checking partners to retroactively change their findings on posts from high-profile accounts.”

Sep 20 08:28

Instagram, the Internet's Cool Mom, Leaves Up Videos Encouraging Kids to Steal From School

Like an aging water park, Facebook owes its continued existence to occasionally throwing in a new wave pool (Instagram) and then spending most of the rest of its days sipping a cold one and paying the settlements on the injury lawsuits, safe in the knowledge that it’s the only game in town. Now that a formidable rival is threatening to put it out of business, it must ask itself: what does TikTok have that I don’t? We ripped off literally everything, but they’ve still got the kids—hey, what about those kids cracking skulls in the parking lot?

Welcome to KrunkTown, aka Reels, aka the future of Facebook.

Sep 20 08:11

The Indictment of Hillary Clinton's Lawyer is an Indictment of the Russiagate Wing of U.S. Media

The DOJ's new charging document, approved by Biden's Attorney General, sheds bright light onto the Russiagate fraud and how journalistic corruption was key.

Sep 20 08:00

New Missouri COVID Whistleblower: HOSPITALS are LYING to the public about COVID… and I CAN PROVE IT

Another COVID whistleblower has come forward as exclusively reported by Gateway Pundit to allege that the statistics about ICU’s being overrun are wildly inflated, over-reported, and in many cases an outright LIE by political officials.

Whistleblower Josh worked in facilities management at Missouri Baptist Medical Center or “MBMC”, “I watched our hospital administrators say in the media that our intensive care units were overflowing with COVID patients, at 98% capacity, knowing that it was a complete and utter lie.”

THIS MISSOURI HOSPITAL NEVER HAD 98% ICU OCCUPANCY, ADMINISTRATORS LIED TO UNCRITICAL MEDIA

Sep 20 06:20

Instagram Censors Scientific Terms That Don't Align With Left

Instagram has banned the hashtag "natural immunity" over concerns of misinformation, the MetroUK reported.

However, Facebook, the owner of Instagram, has not blocked the hashtag.

Prior to the ban, use of #naturalimmunity coincided with notions relating to a scientific study conducted out of Israel. The paper concludes that "natural immunity confers longer-lasting and stronger protection against infection, symptomatic disease and hospitalization caused by the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, compared to the BNT162b2 two-dose vaccine-induced immunity."

Sep 19 04:51

FACEBOOK AIDED IN RECRUITMENT OF MODERN DAY SLAVES, CARTEL HITMEN INTERNAL DOCUMENTS SHOW

It seems like the WSJ’s entire San Francisco bureau has been preoccupied lately with churning out a series of stories sourced from "leaked" internal Facebook documents exposing embarrassing internal reports on everything from Instagram’s deleterious impact on the mental health of its twentysomething and teenage users to political divisiveness to - today’s entry - how Facebook’s products are abused to facilitated human trafficking and terror recruitment in parts of the emerging world.

The gist of the piece is this: Facebook has a small staff dedicated to combating human trafficking around the world, particularly in countries where the rule of law isn’t as robust as it is in the US and Europe. In the Middle East, Facebook is used to lure women into sex slavery (or some other form of exploitative labor).

In Ethiopia, armed groups use the site to recruit and to incite violence against other ethnic minorities.

Sep 17 15:08

Self Defense at Home and in Public, by Day and by Night- Self Defense Gun Stories

You probably didn’t see these stories covered by the mainstream news media, but again last week, responsible gun owners defended themselves and the people they love.

Sep 17 14:30

Another COVID ‘Fact’ Turns Out To Be A Wild Exaggeration

Liberal politicians and the mainstream press could change this, if they’d be more measured in their statements and more honest about the real risks COVID poses. But for their own selfish reasons, neither group wants to do so.

Sep 17 05:38

Good Night, and Good Luck: Edward Murrow Speech

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What Edward R. Murrow said about television also applies to computers. They can teach, they can inspire, but only so much as we desire it. Otherwise, they are just wires and lights in a box.

Sep 16 07:44

Lockheed Martin ads resurface on Politico foreign policy newsletter

Weapons industry giant Lockheed Martin is once again advertising in Politico’s daily foreign policy newsletter, after taking a brief, unexplained hiatus last month.

On August 16, after the sponsorship was the subject of widespread mockery on the internet, Lockheed’s ads were not only scrubbed from the following editions of the National Security Daily, but they also disappeared from all previous editions.

But during Lockheed’s advertising hiatus, Politico ran a puff piece about one of its weapons research and development facilities, which the author described as akin to visiting Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.

Meanwhile, the September 3 edition of Politico’s paid subscription newsletter Morning Defense ran a blurb touting how many jobs Lockheed Martin would be bringing to Johnstown, Pa. “for F-16 manufacturing work.”

Sep 16 06:33

How Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft wage a domestic War on Terror, and make billions

A new report has laid bare the relationship between Silicon Valley and the American state, and the trillions of dollars they have made since 9/11.

The War on Terror was a veritable feeding frenzy for defense contractors, with the sector profiting to the collective tune of trillions. However, it wasn’t the only industry cashing in – as a new report produced by three US campaign groups reveals, “household names in tech like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft have respectively reaped billions from selling tech to the war machine.”

In all, 86% of government contracts awarded to Amazon and 77% to Google to date are said to have been related to the War on Terror. That income played a pivotal role in transforming these organizations from small start-ups, literally operating from basements, into global behemoths. What’s more, the crosshairs of this effort have now been turned inward, with everything from databases to drones repurposed for domestic use.

Sep 15 19:19

Essay to ~100 teacher colleagues for “red-pill scholarship” to explain, document, & prove Evil totalitarian global scamdemic

In my ongoing challenge to my NorCal public school district to force them to either explain how their “health” “orders” are within legal limits (the district refuses; only dictating “just follow orders”), OR to downgrade “orders” to “advice,” I sent the following email to ~100 teaching colleagues on September 4.

This ~4,700 word essay is my best “shot” to “red-pill” colleagues with a concise and precise documented paper that explains and proves the Covid-19 policies are both illegal and based on provable game-changing lies. The “leaders” in government, major related corporations, and corporate media must be arrested for knowledgable conspiracy that has so far killed hundreds of thousands, harmed millions, and resulted in tens of trillions in damages.

Please feel free to take whatever you can use in non-profit use:

**

Sep 15 19:04

67-minute video: Need to Know news for lucid analysis and commentary on current events (September 13, 2021)

Professor Emeritus Jim Fetzer, Joe Olson, and I discuss current events here on BitChute (censored on YouTube).

Want to learn more about false flags and conspiracies? For ~25 years I’ve learned from Professor Fetzer’s academic work; he offers 24 free video presentations from the False Flags and Conspiracies 2020 Virtual Conference.

Context: American Revolution 2.0 2020: PATRIOTS vs. LOYALISTS

I’m a professional historian with degrees from Berkeley and Harvard, helped craft and deliver ~300 policy briefs for Members of Congress on ending poverty that led to two UN Summits for heads of state, have written ~1,000 articles since 2009 with ~50 million page views that include published research, and was recognized by two Los Angeles Mayors as among the very best high school teachers among ~20,000 teachers in Central L.A.

Sep 15 10:19

MAINSTREAM MEDIA CAUGHT SPREADING FAKE IVERMECTIN OVERDOSE STORY

Sep 15 10:18

BLACKOUT: Morning News Shows Ignore Skyrocketing Meat Prices

The ABC, CBS and NBC morning news shows continued to shield President Joe Biden from bad economic news as meat prices for consumers skyrocketed across the country.

National Public Radio (NPR) said that beef prices have surged a whopping “12.2% over the last year,” based on a new Bureau of Labor Statistics inflation report. Here’s the kicker: The data show that beef is now “one of the costliest items in the surging bills that consumers face today at the grocery store.”

Food Dive reported in June of a spike in meat and poultry demand while meat processing companies were wrestling with worker shortages. The “surge in meat prices is contributing to high inflation,” NPR stated in its reporting. ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS Mornings, NBC’s Today and NBC’s 3rd Hour of Today failed to report the bad news during their Sept. 14, broadcasts.

Sep 15 07:53

Facebook Has VIP Pass Free Of Their Censorship

Facebook has a secret program in place that provides celebrities and influential people to change the social network’s own laws, according to a report.

The Silicon Valley giant’s program, called "XCheck" or "cross-check," created a so-called "whitelist" of celebrities who are protected from enforcement, according to The Wall Street Journal.

It was originally intended to preserve the company from bad publicity in the event that it directed content from some of the more high-profile users. Alternatively, critics say that it has protected those same users from the laws that refer to the general public.

Sep 15 07:45

Poll: Three-Quarters of Americans Think Big Tech Avoids Regulation by Influencing D.C.

Three-quarters of Americans believe that big tech companies avoid regulation by having too much influence in Washington, DC, according to a poll released Tuesday.

Americans across the political spectrum, or 75 percent, overwhelmingly believe that big tech companies such as Amazon, Facebook, and Google spend “tens of millions of dollars on political donations and lobbying” to avoid government regulation. They also believe that big tech companies have too much influence in D.C.

The survey also found that 69 percent of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents believe that these big tech companies have too much power, which puts smaller businesses and consumers at a disadvantage.

Likely voters across all parties also believe that big tech companies such as Amazon are known to purchase smaller companies to prevent competition from smaller companies and allow big tech to unfairly increase consumer prices for goods and services.

Sep 15 06:35

‘NY Times’ fearmongers about the Iran nuclear deal, while ignoring Israel’s efforts to sabotage it

One U.S. publication just covered the stalled negotiations over the Iran nuclear deal fairly and honestly. Another ran a distorted, alarmist report that could have been written by Israel’s Hasbara Central propaganda department. The valuable report was in Responsible Statecraft, a new outlet that is gaining respect and influence but is still small. The biased article is on page 7 of today’s New York Times.

Let’s start with the Times. The fearmongering is right in the headline: “Iran Nears an Atomic Milestone.” The first sentence says, “Iran has come within roughly a month of having enough material to fuel a single nuclear weapon. . .” Paragraph after paragraph sound the alarm: “Iran has not been this close to a weapon capability since before President Obama agreed to the 2015 nuclear accord.” David E. Sanger and William J. Broad do perfunctorily note that “Iran continues to insist that it has no desire for a nuclear arsenal,” but then they go straight back to the warnings.

Sep 15 06:11

Watch: Tucker Carlson DESTROYS All Media

Tucker Carlson has dubbed the media "defenders of the powerful" with a penchant for lying to get the job done.

The Fox News host, who made the comments during an interview on the Rubin Report that aired over the weekend, warned that the same journalism crowd tends to demonize the "weakest people in our society" — which is something he despises.

Sep 15 05:13

Internal Study Finds 32% Of Teen Girls Say "Instagram Makes Me Feel Bad About My Body"

When it comes to the spreading "FOMO" and feelings of insecurity and jealousy among younger Americans - especially teenagers - Instagram is perhaps the worst offender in the entire social-media ecosystem.

And that assessment isn't coming from a third party, but from Facebook's own internal research (Facebook bought Instagram back in 2012) which was leaked to a team of WSJ reporters, who on Tuesday published the first of what they say will be a series of deep dives on Instagram and Facebook's impact on teen mental health, the political discourse and human trafficking.

Facebook's reasoning for releasing the information to the media is pretty clear. Its motivation was perhaps best articulated by an academic at San Diego State.

Sep 15 04:28

Blinken cracks up at hearing over GOP senator's conspiracy theory

CNN's Chris Cuomo debunks a right-wing conspiracy theory suggesting someone in the White House has a "mute button" for President Joe Biden.

Sep 14 10:30

9/11 News Coverage: How 36 Reporters Brought Us the Twin Towers’ Explosive Demolition on 9/11

s of the publication of this article, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is awaiting a decision from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) regarding the request for correction that AE911Truth and ten family members of 9/11 victims submitted to NIST on April 15, 2020. The request seeks corrections to eight separate items of information in NIST’s 2008 report on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7, any of which would effectively force NIST to reverse its conclusion that fires caused the building’s destruction.

Sep 14 07:18

Facebook's Invisible Elite Rules Highlight Zuckerberg's Blatant Lies

I have little use for Facebook. I don't trust it and never did. Today the WSJ has an article on Facebook that is hardly surprising.

Please note Facebook Says Its Rules Apply to All. Company Documents Reveal a Secret Elite That’s Exempt.

Mark Zuckerberg has publicly said Facebook Inc. allows its more than three billion users to speak on equal footing with the elites of politics, culture and journalism, and that its standards of behavior apply to everyone, no matter their status or fame.

In private, the company has built a system that has exempted high-profile users from some or all of its rules, according to company documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Sep 14 07:16

Google Has Been Underpaying A "Shadow Workforce" Of Contract And Temp Workers For Years, Report Reveals

Google, who hilariously is included in many "ESG" funds, underpaid "thousands" of international contract workers across several countries, a new report by the New York Times revealed on Friday.

Even better is the fact that the big tech company reportedly discovered it was violating pay-parity laws in numerous countries and then chose "not to immediately compensate the underpaid temporary staff," according to follow up reporting by Insider.

In Europe and Asia, pay-parity laws require companies to pay similar wages to full-time and temp workers who perform similar jobs. The U.S. has no such laws.

Sep 14 06:02

‘Go f**k yourself’: Howard Stern tells anti-vaxx ‘s***heads’ to ‘die’ at home, attacks Joe Rogan over Covid-19 treatment

Radio legend Howard Stern has become the latest critic of podcaster and comedian Joe Rogan over his shared Covid treatment, which included ivermectin, a medicine Stern and others have controversially described as ‘horse dewormer’.

SiriusXM host Stern’s patience with unvaccinated Americans appears to be ‘wearing thin’ in similar fashion to President Joe Biden, who expressed his own outrage earlier this week when putting forth his highly criticized vaccine mandate for most government employees, as well as private companies with more than 100 employees.

Describing Covid-19 vaccines as the “cure” to the virus – despite none providing full immunity – Stern targeted “all the s**theads in our country who won’t get vaccinated.” He then turned his attention to Rogan.

“I heard Joe Rogan was saying, ‘what are you busting my balls?’ He says, ‘I took horse dewormer and a doctor gave it to me.’ Well a doctor would also give you a vaccine, so why take horse dewormer?” Stern said.

Sep 13 17:47

Shifting Goalposts: The Atlantic Says Expecting Vaccines to Give You Immunity is 'Asking The Impossible'

The Atlantic now says that expecting vaccines to give you immunity from covid is "asking the impossible."

Sep 13 14:58

Biden FEC Claims Fraudulent Pro-Democrat Electioneering By Corrupt Big Tech Companies Is Totally Legal

The Federal Election Commission has exonerated Twitter for its brazen election meddling, according to new reporting from The New York Times. The government agency dismissed GOP allegations that Twitter broke election laws immediately before the November 2020 presidential election when it prevented users from sharing a link to a New York Post story detailing Hunter Biden’s shady overseas business dealings uncovered on his abandoned laptop.

According to the Times, the FEC ruling, which was made behind closed doors and has not yet been released, says the Big Tech giant’s actions in censoring the Biden bombshell were for “valid commercial reasons,” not political purposes. The Republican National Committee, however, says Twitter’s decision to shield the story from public view was an “illegal in-kind contribution” to the Biden campaign.

Sep 13 13:10

Defending Roommates, Relatives, & Friends -Self-Defense Gun Stories

You probably didn’t see these stories covered by the mainstream news media, but again last week, responsible gun owners defended themselves and the people they love.

Sep 13 09:35

Atlantic Writer Promotes Culture War on Gun Ownership

“American gun buyers are falling victim to bad risk analysis.” Here the writer exposed his belief that ordinary Americans are too stupid to take stock of their own circumstances and determine how to best defend themselves and their families.

Sep 13 08:43

BBC release disgusting propaganda aimed at Children telling them they don’t need parental consent to get the Covid-19 Vaccine

The BBC, which is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as well as the British tax-payer, has released vile propaganda aimed at the nations children in which they explain that they do not need parental consent to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

Sep 13 08:19

America's forever foreign policy debate: Groupthink recipe for perpetual disasters

Lawrence Davidson argues that the confinement of debate over the course of Washington's foreign policy to insiders dooms the US to repeat its foreign fiascos and renders such policy "the product of the desires of dominant lobbies pursuing parochial interests".

Sep 13 07:49

FBI Spied On Fox News, Recorded Phone Call Between Fox Exec And George Papadopoulos, New Texts Show

New text messages released Thursday show FBI officials spied on a Fox News executive over the course of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation that targeted President Donald Trump as a secret Russian agent who illegally stole the election from Hillary Clinton in 2016. The FBI surveilled and recorded a phone call between former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos and an unnamed vice president at Fox News, according to a text message sent to fired former FBI official Peter Strzok just weeks before Trump was inaugurated as president in 2017.

Sep 13 07:11

Day of reckoning for the media handmaidens of war

In December 2011, a decade after the 9/11 attacks, elite journalists David Ignatius and Diane Rehm had an extremely brief, on-air mea culpa moment. President Obama had just announced the official end of combat operations in Iraq (that wouldn’t last), and the two seemed to be acknowledging their own role in supporting the invasion nearly nine years before:

REHM: David, I’m going to ask you an unpleasant question. Do you think that journalists were complicit in promoting the idea that war in Iraq was inevitable?

IGNATIUS: Let me speak about my own work rather than talk about the profession as a whole. As I look back, there are no columns I’ve ever written that I’d more like to revise in light of what I know now than the ones I wrote then… And I think everybody in our profession looks back and I hope learned lessons from that, to ask more questions, just to insist on getting the evidence for things that are so consequential for the country.

Sep 12 06:29

MSNBC Guest Calls for Drone Strikes on Americans Opposed to Vaccine Mandates

Frank Schaeffer, a recent guest on MSNBC, deemed those who are opposed to coronavirus vaccines or vaccine mandates “bioterrorists,” and suggested they should be “treated as such.”

“Anti-vaccine and anti-mask anti-science conspiracy theory-spreading leading activists are bio terrorists. Period,” the author of Why I Am an Atheist Who Believes in God said.

“They should be treated as such. Drone strikes on selected worst offender pod-casters anyone?” he asked:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Given that the last drone strike was supposed to be against a suicide bomber and a car of explosives but instead took out an aid work, a car full of water bottles, and 7 kids, I would rethink that one!

Sep 10 06:53

BBC Admits Syria Chemical Attack Documentary Had "Serious Flaws"

The BBC’s Executive Complaints Unit (ECU) has admitted there were “serious flaws” in a Radio 4 documentary by journalist Chloe Hadjimatheou on the alleged 2018 chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma.

On 2 September, the UK national broadcaster issued a statement which read:

“The ECU found that, although they were limited to one aspect of an investigation into a complex and hotly contested subject, these points represented a failure to meet the standard of accuracy appropriate to a program of this kind.”

The ECU statement came in response to an official complaint by Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens following last November’s broadcast of “Mayday: The Canister On The Bed.”

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Sep 10 06:50

Tik Tok Recommends Sex, Drug And Alcohol-Themed Content To Minors Aged 13 To 15, WSJ Investigation Reveals

Tik Tok's algorithms are routinely serving up sexual content and content containing drugs and alcohol to children as young as 13, a new investigation from the Wall Street Journal revealed this week.

Using the app under the guise of being a 13 year old user who searched for the term "onlyfan", Tik Tok even presented the user of two instances of selling pornography.

Sexually oriented videos were also included in Tik Tok's "For You" page, the investigation revealed. Content on this page, which is similar to Twitter's timeline, is based off of prior searches and content that a user has spent the most time searching for, The Daily Mail added.

As the "13 year old" user browsed more sexual content, more was recommended to them, despite the user's age clearly being marked as 13 in their profile.

Tik Tok has responded by saying they are "working on a new filter tool for younger accounts," the Daily Mail wrote.

Sep 09 09:48

Support Truth or Truth Will Cease to Exist

As you can see from my posting yesterday — https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2021/09/07/the-powerful-case-against-... — this website is a source of factual information about Covid. It provides the information suppressed by “social media” and other Big Pharma media such as CNN.

Providing this information results in me being demonized by Big Pharma’s trolls. Homeland Security has labeled dissidents from the official Covid narrative “domestic extremists” and intends to silence us in some authoritarian way once the brainwashed and fearful population consents.

Indeed, across the wide front of the contra-narrative information that this website provides, the cost to me of providing it goes far beyond money. I am labeled a “conspiracy theorist,” a “racist,” an “anti-semite,” a “holocaust denier,” “transphobic,” and all the rest of the terms used to discredit those who tell the truth.

Sep 09 09:17

Facebook Users Liable for All Comments Under Their Posts, According to Australia High Court

Australia’s High Court, roughly the equivalent of the U.S. Supreme Court, has ruled that Facebook users are responsible for the content of complete strangers who post defamatory comments on their posts. The ruling upholds a June 2019 ruling by the Supreme Court of New South Wales, home to Australia’s largest city of Sydney. And it runs counter to how virtually everyone thinks about liability on the internet.

The High Court’s ruling on Wednesday is just a small part of a larger case brought against Australian news outlets, including the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and The Australian, among others, by a man who said he was defamed in the Facebook comments of the newspapers’ stories in 2016.

The question before the High Court was the definition of “publisher,” something that isn’t easily defined in Australian law.

Sep 09 08:38

MSNBC struggles among advertiser-coveted demographic as Fox News dominates multiple categories

Fox News outdrew MSNBC and CNN combined last week in multiple categories as liberal networks continue to struggle during the Biden era.

Fox News averaged 1.8 million viewers from during the week of Aug. 30 through Sept. 3., compared to 890,000 for MSNBC and 706,000 for CNN. During the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m., Fox News averaged 3.1 million viewers compared to 1.6 million for MSNBC and 928,000 for CNN.

MSNBC had a particularly hard time attracting viewers from the advertiser-coveted demographic of adults aged 25-54, with its top show in the category, "The Rachel Maddow Show," finishing No. 13 among all cable news programs.

Sep 08 09:55

Facebook pays contractors to read your ‘encrypted’ WhatsApp messages, shares info with prosecutors – reports

When Facebook acquired WhatsApp, it promised to respect the privacy of its users. That hasn’t been the case, and the firm now employs thousands of staff to read supposedly-encrypted chats.

Social media behemoth Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg promising to keep the stripped-down, ad-free messaging app “exactly the same.” End-to-end encryption was introduced in 2016, with the app itself offering on-screen assurances to users that “No one outside of this chat” can read their communications, and Zuckerberg himself telling the US Senate in 2018 that “We don’t see any of the content in WhatsApp.”

Allegedly, none of that is true. More than a thousand content moderators are employed at shared Facebook/WhatsApp offices in Austin, Texas, Dublin, Ireland, and Singapore to sift through messages reported by users and flagged by artificial intelligence.

Sep 08 09:11

Twitter Partners With UK Govt-Backed, CIA-linked Reuters to Censor Alternative Views

Social media giant Twitter has announced that it will work with Reuters and the Associated Press to censor supposed “misinformation” on the platform, while actively promoting news stories that they deem to be “credible.”

Both of these media outlets are reliable mouthpieces of Western governments, but Reuters takes the cozy relationship a step further.

During the first cold war, Reuters was funded by the British government to spread anti-Soviet propaganda and to disseminate misinformation that served UK foreign-policy interests in the Middle East and Latin America.

Today, Reuters still works closely with the British government. Grayzone editor Max Blumenthal revealed how the media company has participated in a covert UK Foreign Office information warfare program aimed at creating “attitudinal change” in Russian journalists, “weakening Russia,” and advancing NATO geopolitical goals.

Sep 08 07:45

Media Setting the Table to Question Outcome of California Recall if Larry Elder Wins

After the 2016 election, the left spent four years casting doubt on the outcome in order to make Trump’s win look illegitimate. After the 2020 election, the left’s allies in social media made it a thought crime to question Biden’s win.

In the California recall election, the media is already setting up a narrative to question the outcome in case Larry Elder wins.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This will be interesting. The same media insisting there could not possibly be election fraud in Biden's victory will be screaming election fraud if Larry Elder wins!

Sep 08 07:28

ProtonMail removed “we do not keep any IP logs” from its privacy policy

This weekend, news broke that security/privacy-focused anonymous email service ProtonMail turned over a French climate activist's IP address and browser fingerprint to Swiss authorities. This move seemingly ran counter to the well-known service's policies, which as recently as last week stated that "by default, we do not keep any IP logs which can be linked to your anonymous email account."

After providing the activist's metadata to Swiss authorities, ProtonMail removed the section that had promised no IP logs, replacing it with one saying, "ProtonMail is email that respects privacy and puts people (not advertisers) first."

Sep 08 06:32

Gallup Poll Claims 20%+ Of Unvaccinated People Want Themselves To Be Banned From Doing Things

A new Gallup poll claiming a slim majority of Americans support vaccine passports also claims that nearly 1 in 4 unvaccinated Americans support banning themselves from flying and 1 in 5 support banning themselves from going to work, staying at a hotel, dining at a restaurant and attending events with large crowds.

This is about as clear as it gets that Gallup polls are worthless garbage which are published to shape public opinion and influence government policy rather than reflect what the public actually thinks.

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