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Ukraine fires ballistic missiles at Russian city – MoD – https://www.rt.com/russia/558279-belgorod-shelling-ballistic-missiles/ – “Ukraine launched three Tochka-U ballistic missiles loaded with cluster munitions at the Russian city of Belgorod, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Sunday. It added that all three had been intercepted mid-air, but that parts of one of the missiles had hit a house… Regional Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said that three people were killed and four injured overnight. He added that 11 apartment buildings and at least 39 smaller houses were damaged… Gladkov later said that the death toll had grown to four. Three of the victims are Ukrainian nationals and one is a Russian citizen, he added… Russian news outlet Baza later reported that two more bodies were recovered from under the rubble, raising the death toll to five. This has not yet been confirmed by officials… Belgorod is located around 40 kilometers from the Russia-Ukraine border… Defense Ministry spokesman Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov said that Ukraine had also sent two Tu-143 Reys drones, “loaded with explosives,” towards Kursk, another Russian city close to the border. He said both drones were destroyed by air defenses before reaching the city… Konashenkov said that Ukraine targeted residential areas, which had ‘no military sites‘.”
Propaganda Trudeau Style – The WEF’s “Young Leaders Program”. The Truckers Freedom Convoy – by Ray McGinnis – https://www.globalresearch.ca/propaganda-trudeau-style/5785165 – “ ‘What do you do with someone with an allergy? What do you do with someone who’s immunocompromised, or someone who for religious reasons…or deep convictions, decided that no, they’re not going to get a vaccine? We’re not a country that makes vaccination mandatory.’~ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Brandon Gonez Show, May 9, 2021… In 1928, Sigmund Freud’s nephew Edward Bernays published a book titled… Propaganda. Bernays emphasized in Propaganda that ‘The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in a democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country’… Bernays laid out a number of strategies when employing propaganda to achieve desired political objectives. We can look at these strategies as a way to reflect on the recent media propaganda about the truckers’ freedom convoy in Canada. The convoy became a thorn in the side of powerful establishment, elite interests, expressed especially in statements and actions of the Trudeau Liberals. The prime minister, numbers of cabinet ministers, and the legacy media got the convoy in their crosshairs. In 2022, politicians and the media gave Canadians a lesson on the real limits of democracy in Canada.”
They’re bringing it back (10 min) – by Bjorn Andreas Bull-Hansen – “This is the video I didn’t want to make. But here we are, and all the signs suggest they will bring the big C restrictions, mandates and travel bans back this coming fall, if not before.”
DEL BIGTREE EXPOSED – by Danny Boy Limerick – http://dannyboylimerick.website/del-bigtree-exposed/ – “The following information is a presentation of evidence, combined with my opinions, based on factual details available in the public domain. My opinions are based on the evidence. I do not claim to present an overarching or objective truth, and I encourage all readers to engage in their own research by following the links available in this document. It is up to each individual to research for themselves in order to determine whether or not your conclusions align with my assessment and analysis of the evidence. Consider this document a starting point to a larger body of research and a more thorough investigation. Use your own discernment and please do fact-check and send me corrections… I don’t trust Del Bigtree because I believe he (and others) have co-opted the legitimate grassroots “anti-vaccine” movement, and turned it into a more palatable and acceptable “Safer Vaccine Movement” or the “Vaccine Risk Awareness Movement”, as part of an elaborate controlled opposition campaign. This has been obvious to many of us for a long time, but for people who may be new to these concepts, I will lay out some of the basics.” – Comment: a very important contribution from Limerick
They’re coming for your backyard chickens… – by Kit Knightly – https://off-guardian.org/2022/06/29/theyre-coming-for-your-backyard-chickens/ – “Since the “bird flu outbreak” first hit the headlines OffG has been predicting how the inevitable agenda would unfold… The first impact was as obvious as it was predictable – the price of chicken and eggs went up, this was just another front in the war on food… The second planned impact was less immediate, but just as predictable if you know how to read the media, and potentially far more harmful in the longterm – clamping down on alternative chicken farming. This includes both organic farms and individuals keeping their own chickens in their garden… It didn’t take long for the media to prove us right. In fact the Guardian has done it twice in the last ten days… Firstly, last Thursday, the Guardian ran this article: “Spread of ‘free-range’ farming may raise risk of animal-borne pandemics – study” Sponsored by the NGO Open Philanthropy, this piece reports that organic and free-range farming could increase the risk of a zoonotic disease outbreak, and quotes the authors of this new study: ‘If we can’t dramatically cut meat consumption then intensive “factory farming” may be comparatively less risk’… …yes. they’re actually arguing that the corporate mega-farms are better at preventing pandemics than free-range or organic farms because they have “tighter biosecurity controls” (meaning their animals never go outside or interact with nature in anyway whatsoever).”
What NATO’s new strategic concept means for China – The Western military bloc names Beijing as a challenge for the first time – by Bradley Blankenship – https://www.rt.com/news/558139-nato-china-strategic-concept/ – “In its “Strategic Environment” assessment, NATO dedicated an entire paragraph, point 13, to China. It said that China’s ‘stated ambitions and coercive policies challenge our interests, security and values. The PRC employs a broad range of political, economic and military tools to increase its global footprint and project power, while remaining opaque about its strategy, intentions and military build-up. The PRC’s malicious hybrid and cyber operations and its confrontational rhetoric and disinformation target Allies and harm Alliance security.’.. ‘The PRC seeks to control key technological and industrial sectors, critical infrastructure, and strategic materials and supply chains. It uses its economic leverage to create strategic dependencies and enhance its influence. It strives to subvert the rules-based international order, including in the space, cyber and maritime domains. The deepening strategic partnership between the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation and their mutually reinforcing attempts to undercut the rules-based international order run counter to our values and interests,’ it adds… First of all, this entire assessment gives credence to the extremely faulty logic that somehow China is subverting Western industry. The fact is that globalization, a process initiated by Western countries, resulted in increased global market competition. China did not distort the rules of this competition; it is merely winning them fair and square, which is not surprising given that it has the largest population in the world, and a highly educated one at that… Another point about this is that it is essentially extending the American strategy vis-á-vis China, so-called “strategic ambiguity,” to 30 countries. This is highly provocative in itself because it means that NATO’s relationship with China may develop into just as unpredictable and chaotic as the current US-China relationship. That alone makes the world economy more tumultuous, given that the US and China are the two largest economies in the world, but throwing in most of the European Union would be an even more pronounced disaster.”