Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 QRB General #724: WRWY Kyle, Chin Up! Editions Nov. 15, 2021, 2:13 p.m. No.109149   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 2:14 p.m. No.109151   🗄️.is 🔗kun



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>>109004, >>109015, >>109017, >>109025, >>109052, >>109084 GOLD pf updates

>>109141 Authorities arrest Maryland mayor on charges of distributing at least 50 images of revenge porn

>>109139 The Bee: Liberals Accuse Rittenhouse Of Trying To Avoid Punishment Through Legal Loophole Known As 'Trial'

>>109134, >>109138, >>109140, >>109143 Blaring automatic 'trigger warning' siren used in classrooms, universities sounds alarm when it detects 'offensive' language

>>109132 Union boss John Dougherty and Philadelphia City Councilman Bobby Henon were both found guilty of conspiracy and other offenses in their federal corruption trial. (PB)

>>109130 Myanmar frees American journalist given 11-year jail sentence

>>109126 Dollar at 16-month peak as focus turns to retail sales data

>>109110,>>109111, >>109112, >>109115, >>109119, >>109128 Prosecutor with finger on the trigger, points AR out into the gallery, dumb fuck

>>109109 Countries Without Central Banks 2021

>>109106 45 endorsements

>>109080, >>109089, >>109092, >>109096, >>109101, >>109108, >>109114, >>109116, >>109127, >>109142 Defiant Bannon Tells Biden He Picked The Wrong Target in Fiery Courthouse Speech.

>>109056 Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Loses Fourth—And Last—Defamation Lawsuit From Sandy Hook Parents

>>109054 Swedish Doctors Want Pfizer's Covid-19 Vaccine Banned After Subcontractor Fraud Exposed

>>109044 Potato Signs into Law his Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal

>>109035 There is no such thing as “mild” myocarditis.

>>109032, >>109033 Liberal Prosecutor Says Kyle Rittenhouse Should ‘Lose The Right To Self-Defense’ Because He Brought A Gun

>>109030, >>109038 Herridge: Confirmed Bannon has been transported inside the district courthouse via the underground garage in an unmarked vehicle.

>>109029 Chinese Developer Kaisa Has Yet to Pay Interest Due Last Week

>>109023, >>109028 rt >>108978 pb

>>109020 California's average gas price hits new high

>>109014, >>109019 Bayer executive: mRNA shots are ‘gene therapy’ marketed as ‘vaccines’ to gain public trust

>>109013 Jonathan Turley explains 'critical flaws' with Rittenhouse prosecution

>>109011 REVEALED: Rep. Adam Schiff Met With Former Chairman Of Chinese Communist Party’s Foreign Influence Operations.

>>109009 11-Year-Old Only Survivor of Michigan Plane Crash

>>109008 Saudi PIF nearly triples U.S. stock holdings; adds Walmart, Pinterest


>>109003, >>109016 YouTube Suspending All Independent Streams of the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

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>>108914, >>108918, >>108939, >>108961, >>108980 Munday eyez on the skyz

>>108994 The Bee: Judge Instructs Jury To Ignore Angry Mob Outside Threatening To Burn Down Courthouse

>>108979 got to herd the tards to open their minds, give them sumpin to follow

>>108978, >>108982, >>108983 Another Pfizer whistleblower fired

>>108974, >>108975 Property Investors Bet $64 Billion on U.S. Homes in Record Buying Spree

>>108973 Macron quietly changes French flag

>>108966, >>108968, >>108969 hidden space war confirmed?/Space Force satellite jammers shut down enemy communications, temporarily

>>108960 Judge at Kyle Rittenhouse trial dismisses charge of possession of dangerous weapon

>>108953 Guv Brown, Oregon, insane display

>>108946 India ignores U.S. sanctions risk, receives Russian S-400 missiles

>>108942, >>108943 Elected in 1974, Democratic Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy to retire

>>108929, >>108930, >>108932, >>108933 Moar Digs on Addgene - Think Gain of Function

>>108928, >>108948, >>108949 Steve Bannon has surrendered, and appeared to be streaming it live as he turned himself in to the FBI field office.

>>108924, >>108925 (LIVE) Rittenhouse trial

>>108923 Pro-CRT dad, Malikk Austin, tells parents at school board meeting he has 'a thousand soldiers ready to go'

>>108922 BNP hires advisers to explore $15 billion Bank of the West sale

>>108896 Rachel Levine offering parents health tips (not the Bee)

>>108894 Owner of major chain restaurant in Seattle: business down 37% since the start of vax mandates

>>108892 ISS crew told to "hide" due to threat of space debris (next distraction?)

>>108890 VAERS Analysis Exposes CDC, FDA for Covering up Hundreds of Serious Adverse Events Associated With Covid ‘Vaccines’

>>108885 Not Your Father’s Normal Democratic Party

>>108876 New Telegram channel: Unvaxxed Global

>>108862, >>108869 Research articles on myocarditis, 2006-2012 (plus recent wiki)

>>108858, >>108861 CDC slideshow on myocarditis (inadequate)

>>108856, >>108857 How dangerous is myocarditis? (more than MSM will admit)

>>108855, >>108860 @US_StratCom - Another strong #GlobalThunder complete!

>>108816, >>108852 Maggie H & the Q train posts

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Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 2:15 p.m. No.109152   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 2:15 p.m. No.109153   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: 700f70 Nov. 15, 2021, 3:27 p.m. No.109157   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264

Repeal the Seventeenth!


The U. S. Senate has never been the same since the Seventeenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed. Before we had this amendment, senators were appointed by the legislature of their state (see Article I, Section 3 of the Constitution). Now, we have the Seventeenth Amendment which says that senators are elected by the people of their state. This might not seem like a big change. However, our Founding Fathers never wanted meant it to be this way.


Beginning in 1893, the House of Representatives passed this amendment several times, but the Senate refused to approve it. However, when over thirty of the states demanded this change in the way senators were elected, the Seventeenth Amendment was passed by Congress in 1912 and ratified by the states the following year.


The initial purpose of the Senate was to focus on the interests of the states. Allowing our senators to be chosen by the state legislatures gave the states a part in the federal government. However, this check the states had on the federal government was struck down by the Seventeenth Amendment and tipped the balance of power in the wrong direction. The amendment was hailed by some as a “triumph for democracy,” but the weakness of the new system soon appeared. The states’ political power diminished and the states lost their veto power over laws which violate their states’ rights. After striking down the Seventeenth Amendment, America would have two houses of Congress representing the people, but there would be no one in Washington to represent state governments.


Originally, Senators were to be appointed by the state legislatures because those in the legislatures were expected to know the best-qualified individuals to represent their state in Washington D.C.. Additionally, the Senate would be held accountable to the state legislatures. James Madison discussed this topic:


The senators will be appointed by the legislatures; and, though elected for six years, I do not conceive they will so soon forget the source from whence they derive their political existence. This election of one branch of the federal by the state legislatures, secures an absolute dependence of the former [the federal] on the latter [the states].


Fisher Ames, a participant in his state ratifying convention following the 1787 Constitutional Convention, was apprehensive of senators being chosen directly by the people (as is the case today). He said:


This would totally obliterate the federal features of the Constitution. What would become of the state governments, and on whom would devolve the duty of defending them against the encroachments of the federal government? . . . The state governments represent the wishes, and feelings, and local interests of the people.


Though we may wish to keep our vote for our senator, to restore the states’ position, a new amendment needs to be passed, repealing the Seventeenth. This would let the states regain both their representation in the Senate and their veto power over laws which violate states’ rights.



“Constitutional Amendments, History of.” The Encyclopedia Americana. 1946.

Bowen, William R., et al. American Government in Christian Perspective, 3rd ed. Abeka Book, Inc., 2016.

Skousen, W. Cleon. The Making of America, 3rd ed., revised. National Center for Constitutional Studies, 2007.

Anonymous ID: 700f70 Nov. 15, 2021, 4 p.m. No.109162   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264

The Chosen One: 10 Little-Known Facts About Modern-Day Legend Kyle Rittenhouse


Since time immemorial, legend has whispered of a hero prepared by the ancients to defend liberty and shoot commie pedophiles in the name of butt-kicking freedom. Our generation has been blessed to witness this hero in action. His name is Kyle Rittenhouse. Here are a few absolute truths about the based legend:


1) Tucker Carlson wears Kyle Rittenhouse pajamas: Rumors of a matching body pillow are unfounded.


2) His midichlorian count is off the chart- over 20,000: Not even Master Yoda has a midichlorian count that high.


3) Rittenhouse has never shed a tear, ever: Even while crying.


4) We stopped receiving transmissions from "Q" the moment he was taken into custody: Coincidence?


5) Standing downwind of Rittenhouse is guaranteed to cause testosterone poisoning: More “T” runs through his veins than is found in the entire Democratic party.


6) His AR-15 was forged by the ancient men of Westernesse with the magical ability to vanquish the dark armies of Communism: The Númenorian etchings are still legible.


7) Trump has tapped Rittenhouse as Defense Secretary in 2024: And Vice President.


8) According to legend, if a commie pedophile says "Rittenhouse" in the mirror 3 times, Kyle will pick them off from 500 yards away: One can only hope.


9) He was born on July 4th to a pair of majestic bald eagle parents: He did not shoot his way out of the womb as was once believed.


10) Rittenhouse is pro-vaccine: Oh crap! How did this one get in here?


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Anonymous ID: 4fe1f9 Nov. 15, 2021, 4:02 p.m. No.109163   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9164 >>9234 >>9264

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Justin Trudeau and Jason Kenney trade shots at testy child-care announcement


Important stuff here..../s

Trudeau visits Canadian men’s soccer team before crucial World Cup qualifier against Mexico

Anonymous ID: 4fe1f9 Nov. 15, 2021, 4:16 p.m. No.109167   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9168 >>9234 >>9264

Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. sold by Richard Branson: $300.30m-Nov. 10

Through Virgin Investments/Group Ltd. and Corvina Holdings


Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. is an aerospace company. The Company is focused on the development, manufacture and operations of spaceships and related technologies for the purpose of conducting commercial human spaceflight and flying commercial research and development payloads into space. The Company's assets include its carrier aircraft, the mothership, which is a twin-fuselage, custom-built aircraft designed to carry its spaceships up to an altitude of approximately 45,000 feet, where the spaceship is released for its flight into space; its spaceship platform is a reusable spaceship with the capacity to carry two pilots and up to six future astronauts into space before returning them safely to the Earth’s surface; its hybrid rocket motor is designed to provide performance capabilities necessary for spaceflight with a focus on safety, reliability and economy; its Spaceport America is a commercial spaceport, which includes space terminal, hangar facilities and a 12,000 foot runway. Number of employees : 823 people.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 5:21 p.m. No.109176   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9264


Intelsat and OneWeb demonstrate integrated GEO and LEO broadband service


WASHINGTON — In a demonstration earlier this month, Intelsat and OneWeb provided broadband internet service to U.S. Army users via satellites in low Earth orbit and in geostationary orbit.


The event at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, was an attempt to show Army buyers that satellite communications from LEO and GEO is not an either-or proposition, and both can be seamlessly integrated.


Intelsat is a global communications firm that operates 52 GEO satellites stationed 22,000 miles above the equator. OneWeb currently has 358 broadband LEO satellites in near polar orbit planes at an altitude of 750 miles.


When does a Bird Sing


They've been "cooling" the Earth since 1987?

Metal coolant adds to space junk risk


18 April 2004


By Jeff Hecht


More than 100,000 particles of metal are orbiting the Earth, posing an unexpected danger to spacecraft. The particles, which range in diameter from 5 millimetres to more than 50 millimetres, were ejected from Soviet-era satellites and are now concentrated in an orbit 900 kilometres above the Earth.


The orbit is only shared by remote-sensing and communications satellites. The space shuttle, which is far more vulnerable to fast-moving particles, flies at less than half that height. But over time the particles will lose height.


A 1997 report from the US National Research Council warned that stray particles just a few millimetres across could punch a hole in the leading edge of a shuttle wing, causing a disaster on re-entry similar to the Columbia accident last year.


“We still haven’t lost any spacecraft due to any orbital debris that we know of,” says Nicholas Johnson of the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, who is chief scientist of the orbital debris programme. “If you are operating at 900 kilometres, there is a substantial elevation of risk, but the total risk is still not unacceptable.”


Anti-satellite tests and exploding booster rockets are blamed for most of the orbital debris generated by human activity, but the metal spheres add significantly to that figure.


Nuclear contamination


US radars track some 11,000 objects larger than 10 centimetres across, but there are more than 100,000 pieces between 1 and 10 centimetres across. Now Paula Krisko of the aerospace company Lockheed Martin estimates that there are a further 60,000 metal particles at least 1 centimetre across orbiting at 900 kilometres (Orbital Debris Quarterly Newsletter, vol 8, p 6).


Ironically, it was efforts to prevent nuclear contamination on the ground after re-entry that led to the metal particles being dispersed in space. In the early years of the space race, both the US and the Soviet Union developed compact reactors to power satellites while in orbit.


The US launched its first in 1965, and between 1967 and 1988 the Soviet Union launched a series of 31 reactor-powered Radar Ocean Reconnaissance Satellites (RORSATs), which monitored naval movements from a 300-kilometre orbit.


At the end of their lives, these satellites were supposed to be boosted to a parking orbit at 900 kilometres, but in 1978 Cosmos 954 failed to boost, and scattered radioactive debris across Canada when it re-entered the atmosphere.


Burst pipe


To prevent a repetition, Soviet engineers designed later satellites to allow the reactor to be ejected. The idea was that this would be done after the satellite reached the parking orbit, but in emergencies it could be done in low orbit.


In 16 cases, the ejection process ripped open pipes carrying the liquid sodium-potassium alloy that acted as the reactor’s coolant. The alloy freezes at -12 degrees Celsius.


The first hint of the problem came in 1990 when NASA’s LDEF craft came back to Earth with sodium-potassium contamination. Krisko’s model puts the total mass of the coolant at 164 kilograms distributed in 116,000 particles.


Even at 900 kilometres, air resistance takes its toll on small particles. Carsten Wiedemann of the Technical University in Braunschweig says most particles smaller than about 5 millimetres across have already fallen into the atmosphere. Larger particles will trickle into lower orbits, then burn up in the atmosphere over a longer time.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 5:22 p.m. No.109177   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9178 >>9234 >>9264

Gen. Jay Raymond




Russia’s destructive test of an anti-satellite missile is another visible example of irresponsible behavior in Space. Access to & freedom to use the domain are critical to our collective way of life. This debris-causing demo threatens global security & the peaceful use of space.


4:51 PM · Nov 15, 2021·TweetDeck

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 5:39 p.m. No.109186   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264

In a stunning statement revealing his ignorance of the 2nd Amendment, lead prosecutor Thomas Binger asserted to the jury during closing arguments that "You lose the right to self-defense when you're the one who brought the gun," adding "When you're the one creating the danger. When you're the one provoking other people."

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 5:42 p.m. No.109188   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264

Catherine Herridge




#Bannon initial appearance at District Court is over. Lasted about 22 minutes. Bannon responded to limited questions from magistrate, identified himself, two criminal contempt charges read. Tone respectful. Conditions for pre-trial release include notifying court if he


travels outside the DC area, cannot travel outside the US without court approval, has surrendered his passport. Next appearance 11/18 for arraignment.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 5:54 p.m. No.109191   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264



Re: Nusat-9


Alice is in honor of Alice Ball. A black chemist who developed a treatment for leprosy.


"She graduated from Seattle High School in 1910.[4]


Ball went on to study chemistry at the University of Washington,[2][9] earning a bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical chemistry in 1912 and a second bachelor's degree in the science of pharmacy two years later in 1914.[1][4] Alongside her pharmacy instructor, Williams Dehn, she published a 10-page article, "Benzoylations in Ether Solution", in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.[10] Publishing an article in a respected scientific journal was an uncommon accomplishment for a woman and especially for a Black woman at this time.[6]"


Intrasting how many satellites were launched on Nov. 6, 2020…..


Also intrasting how systemic racism kept this black woman down.

Anonymous ID: 4fe1f9 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:03 p.m. No.109194   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9195 >>9234 >>9244 >>9264

Tesla Inc. sold by Elon Musk: $930.718m-Nov 15

Option exercise of 2,107,672 @ $6.24/sh to go along with it


Elon Musk hits back after ‘Big Short’ investor said he ‘just wants to sell Tesla’

Elon Musk has responded to the accusation by Michael Burry that he “just wants to sell Tesla” to capitalise on its enormous value while the share price is still high. The founder of the electric vehicle company tweeted that the investor made famous by The Big Short is a “broken clock”. There was some confusion on Twitter over Mr Musk’s tweet as the saying is that a broken clock is right twice a day — some users wanted to know if Mr Burry was indeed correct this time — though the intended meaning is believed to be that Mr Burry’s predictions are incorrect the vast majority of the time.


Early on Monday, he tweeted: “Let’s face it. @elonmusk borrowed against 88.3 million shares, sold all his mansions, moved to Texas, and is asking @BernieSanders whether he should sell more stock. He doesn’t need cash. He just wants to sell $TSLA.” The investor made the claim a few days after delivering a dire warning for the economy tweeting that stock market speculation has reached levels not seen since before the 1929 crash, and assets are more over-valued than before the dot-com bubble burst. Mr Burry has since appeared to delete all of his tweets, but his account remains active. An archive account has preserved images of his posts. He has deleted his Twitter account on previous occasions when tweets have gotten him into trouble with investors. Last week Mr Burry claimed that Mr Musk had taken out personal loans against the stock and suggested that the founder of Tesla was selling shares to service those debts.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:12 p.m. No.109201   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9207


so glad to hear that

rib cage nothin easy, not to be fooled with

doin OK

needs to take muhself to get labs, general check

hatez it, only if haz2

afraid time for haz2

otherwise all calm, for now, mostly

g's be g's

Anonymous ID: 4fe1f9 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:16 p.m. No.109207   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9212


a few places on yer bod when it hurts is major suckage

neck, ribs and feet.

there are others but when doze bad look out.

>all calm

guess you got the industrial size of grits then?


Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:19 p.m. No.109212   🗄️.is 🔗kun


been doin that, sheitz

16 cups water, 4 cups grits, 3 sticks of butter, a week

same with pasta or rice or instant potatos too

it's like havin a teen all over again, that thinks like a 3 yr old


Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:24 p.m. No.109216   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264


Obama brings a gun to a knife fight


By BEN SMITH 06/14/2008 02:48 PM EDT


The McCain campaign and RNC are pouncing on another line from the Obama pool report:


“If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Obama said in Philadelphia last night. “Because from what I understand, folks in Philly like a good brawl. I’ve seen Eagles fans.”


McCain and the RNC took on the comment in terms that will be very familiar to people who followed Clinton campaign statements last year:


“Barack Obama’s call for ‘new politics’ is officially over. In just 24 hours, Barack Obama attacked one of America’s pioneering women CEOs, rejected a series of joint bipartisan town halls, and said that if there’s a political knife fight, he’d bring a gun," McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds said, referring also to the Obama campaign's shot at Carly Fiorina's lavish pay package and role in layoffs at Hewlett-Packard.


“Why is Barack Obama so negative? In the last 24 hours, he’s completely abandoned his campaign’s call for ‘new politics,’ equating the election to a ‘brawl’ and promising to ‘bring a gun,' " said the RNC's Alex Conant.


Obama doesn't actually use the phrase "new politics" a lot, and this is a box that the Clinton campaign tried, and failed, to keep him in last year, when it emerged early that he was happy to throw punches, and even to start fistfights, sending, for instance, the first negative mail to hit in Iowa last fall.

Anonymous ID: aa975f Nov. 15, 2021, 6:35 p.m. No.109219   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264


When you become more powerful than the algorithm:


"Thanks 4 da memories...."

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:42 p.m. No.109222   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264


South Carolina and 11 other states sued the Biden administration Monday to block a mandate requiring health care workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19.


South Carolina, 11 other states sue to block federal vaccine mandate for health care workers


COLUMBIA, S.C. (WBTW) — South Carolina and 11 other states sued the Biden administration Monday to block a mandate requiring health care workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. “The Biden …


8:50 PM · Nov 15, 2021

Anonymous ID: 4fe1f9 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:47 p.m. No.109224   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9234 >>9264

Alphabet, Inc sold by Sergey Brin/Larry Page: $329.33m-Nov 8,9,10,12


The bulk of it,83,334 shares, for Sergey Brin on Nov 8,9,10 for $247,258,653


27,767 for Larry Page on Nov 12 for $82,297,721


from today

Google executives tell employees it can compete for Pentagon contracts without violating its principles.

Google executives told employees last week in a companywide meeting that it is interested in a Pentagon contract for cloud computing and that working for the military would not necessarily conflict with principles created by the company for how its artificial intelligence technology would be used. Google is pursuing the contract three years after an employee revolt forced the company to abandon work on a Pentagon program that used artificial intelligence and to establish new guidelines against using A.I. for weapons or surveillance.


The pursuit potentially sets up another clash between company leaders and employees. Google’s cloud unit prioritized preparation for a bid on a Pentagon contract, The New York Times revealed this month, pulling engineers off other projects to focus on creating a winning proposal. The rush to pursue the contract is a dramatic shift for Google, which said in 2018 that it would not bid on a major cloud computing contract with the Defense Department, known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI, because the work would conflict with its A.I. principles. The JEDI cloud computing contract was estimated to be worth $10 billion over 10 years, and was awarded to Microsoft in 2019. But facing legal challenges from Amazon, the Pentagon scrapped the contract in July and announced a new plan to purchase cloud computing technology. The new version of the contract, known as the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability, will split the work between multiple companies.

Anonymous ID: 700f70 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:47 p.m. No.109226   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>worst fuggen band ever.

Knights In Satan's Service

Proof - Snopes says it is false:

led by a saved for last immigrant..

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 6:49 p.m. No.109227   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9229 >>9234 >>9264

Pentagon ups the ante in vaccine standoff with Oklahoma National Guard


The Pentagon has warned the US National Guard that Covid-19 vaccination is mandatory and that members will face disciplinary action if they do not get the jab after a National Guard general openly defied a vaccine mandate.


Brigadier General Thomas Mancino – the 45th Infantry Brigade Commander of Oklahoma’s National Guard – told his soldiers last week that “no negative administrative or legal action” would be taken if they refused Covid-19 vaccination, despite President Joe Biden’s controversial military vaccine mandate.


National Guard general defies Pentagon’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate for soldiers READ MORE: National Guard general defies Pentagon’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate for soldiers


However, the Pentagon shot back on Monday, warning that National Guard members would be punished if they remain unvaccinated.


“It is a lawful order for National Guardsmen to receive the COVID vaccine. It is a lawful order,” the Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby warned. “Refusing to do that, absent an approved exemption, puts them in the same potential as active-duty members who refuse the vaccine.”


Kirby noted that even state National Guard members were beholden to the Secretary of Defense’s orders and that the Oklahoma National Guard would therefore have to conform like any other US military body.


“The Secretary of Defense has the authority to require these vaccines for all members of the force, including the National Guard, as I said, even in a Title 32 status,” Kirby said, arguing that even when the National Guard members are under the command of state governors, they must abide by the Pentagon’s vaccination mandate, since the force is federally-funded.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 7:14 p.m. No.109234   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9253


>>109159, >>109160, >>109163, >>109175 GOLD planefaggin

>>109227, >>109229 Pentagon ups the ante in vaccine standoff with Oklahoma National Guard

>>109224 Alphabet, Inc sold by Sergey Brin/Larry Page: $329.33m-Nov 8,9,10,12

>>109222 South Carolina and 11 other states sued the Biden administration Monday to block a mandate requiring health care workers to be vax'd

>>109219 When you become more powerful than the algorithm:

>>109216 Obama brings a gun to a knife fight

>>109214 FJ twat likes anti-jew stuffs, not just Rothschilds

>>109194 Tesla Inc. sold by Elon Musk: $930.718m-Nov 15

>>109193, >>109202 War Room on jo and kneepads

>>109188 @CBS_Herridge moar on Bannon court appearance

>>109186 Binger asserted to the jury during closing arguments that "You lose the right to self-defense when you're the one who brought the gun,"

>>109183 space trackers

>>109179 Bannon/What is the story with "the suite"?

>>109177, >>109178 Russia’s destructive test of an anti-satellite missile is another visible example of irresponsible behavior in Space

>>109174, >>109181, >>109182 ,>>109187 >>109190, >>109191 INTELSAT/NUSAT-9 ALICEl./Marker[9]?

>>109173, >>109174 >>109176 >>109184 Tracking Space garbage, asteroid, aliens and such

>>109171 Wyoming GOP votes to no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican

>>109167, >>109168 Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. sold by Richard Branson: $300.30m-Nov. 10

>>109163 Trudope in the news

>>109162 The Bee: The Chosen One: 10 Little-Known Facts About Modern-Day Legend Kyle Rittenhouse

>>109157 Repeal the Seventeenth!



czech em

lemme know

Anonymous ID: aa975f Nov. 15, 2021, 7:18 p.m. No.109237   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9250 >>9264


· 19h

Health Department knocking on doors in Houston TX asking people if they’ve been vaxd and how many people are not vaxd inside. DO NOT ANSWER YOUR DOOR!

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 7:19 p.m. No.109239   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9264


KanekoaTheGreat, [15.11.21 21:54]


[ Video ]


Dr. Robert Malone: 13,000 Scientists and Physicians Signed The Rome Declaration


Do not vaccinate healthy children,


do not vaccinate or restrict the naturally immune, and stop blocking physicians from treating patients.


"There are more scientists and physicians that have signed off on this than are employed at the entire HSS. Let that sink in for a moment.


We're not a bunch of right-wing proud boys nut cases. Not to disparage proud boys, but that is how they want to paint us.


It's this intentional targeting of physicians. The press is hunting physicians in coordination with big pharma, that's what is going on, and they are doing it all over the world."



Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 7:23 p.m. No.109240   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9248 >>9264

Beto Announces Bid To Lose Texas Governor Race


AUSTIN, TX—Beto O’Rourke posted a video announcing his bid to enter, then lose the Texas race for Governor, marking the first high-profile candidate from the Democratic party guaranteed to get crushed by a gazillion votes.


“Today I’m throwing my hat in the ring, and announcing my bid to run for governor of Texas,” said Beto in a video that showed him riding a kick scooter through a Waffle House parking lot. “Together, we can rise and fight the Republican incumbent until he squashes me like a tiny bug and forces me to bow out.”


Beto was in good spirits following the announcement, saying he wasn’t about to disappear into irrelevance despite the growing list of failed races for U.S. Senate, U.S. President, City Council, Book Club President, Skateboard Team Treasurer, Whataburger Chief Janitor, and Mom’s Favorite Son Named Beto.


Political strategists from both parties agree Beto has the best chance to lose against Texas incumbent governor Greg Abbott, citing his consistent track record and inability to have even the slightest grasp on reality.


Following the announcement, Beto O’Rourke immediately got to work writing his concession speech.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 7:27 p.m. No.109243   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9252 >>9264

Space Launch Start-Up Just Used A Giant Centrifuge ToFling A Projectile Into The Upper Atmosphere


SpinLaunch plans to use its kinetic launch system to put small satellites into orbit rapidly and cheaply, andthe Pentagon is interested.


The article goes on to note the military's interest in alternative means of launching small satellites into orbit, and obviously, this method is completely impractical for launching a manned capsule; the G's alone of spinning up a projectile to literally throw it into space would kill a human long before it reached a sufficient velocity to be thrown into space.


And that's my problem here, because the word "projectile" isn't mine, it's the article's.


In short, we're looking at …well…artillery,though of a very unconventional sort. Unconventional artillery has been around for a long long time. The first electro-magnetic "rail guns" were actually conceived (and experimented with) prior to World War One. But this system intrigues: it's not a"rod of God"system except in its use of sheer kinetic energy. It's more like a"baseball of God"technology. It's that artillery aspect that disturbs here, because with a little adjustment of the release chamber - shown pointing straight up in the pictures in the article - one could launch the "projectile" on a standard ballistic trajectory or alternatively, with the right electronic packages inside of it, guide it to a remote target and destroy it through sheer kinetic energy. Indeed, I can't help but think that perhaps we're looking at one of the technologies that was behind the announcement of the US Army a couple of years ago that it is designinga super-long range "cannon".This would certainly fit the bill if the technology can be made to work reliably. Perhaps the technology could even be miniaturized and put into orbit as an anti-satellite kinetic weapon or - here it comes - an anti-asteroid weapon, either ground-based or space based.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 7:31 p.m. No.109244   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9264


JPMorgan Sues Tesla For $162 Million, Accusing Elon Musk Of "Flagrantly" Defaulting On Warrant Payments


Late on Monday, JPMorgan sued Tesla for $162.2 million, accusing Elon Musk's electric car company of "flagrantly" breaching a contract related to stock warrants after its share price soared. According to the complaint filed in Manhattan federal court and first reported by Reuters, Tesla in 2014 sold warrants to JPMorgan that would pay off if their "strike price" were below Tesla's share price upon the warrants' expiration in June and July 2021.


JPMorgan, which said it had authority to adjust the strike price, said it substantially reduced the strike price after Musk's Aug. 7, 2018 tweet that he might take Tesla private at $420 per share and had "funding secured," and reversed some of the reduction when Musk abandoned the idea 17 days later.


In either case, Tesla's share price rose approximately 10-fold by the time the warrants expired, and JPMorgan said this required Tesla under its contract to deliver shares of its stock or cash. The bank said Tesla's failure to do that amounted to a default.


"Though JPMorgan's adjustments were appropriate and contractually required," the complaint said, "Tesla has flagrantly ignored its clear contractual obligation to pay JPMorgan in full."


According to the complaint, Tesla sold the warrants to reduce potential stock dilution from a separate convertible bond sale and to lower its federal income taxes (we are confident Bernie Sanders will have something to say about this). JPMorgan said it had been contractually entitled to adjust the warrants' terms following "significant corporate transactions involving Tesla."


The automaker in February 2019 complained that the bank's adjustments were "an opportunistic attempt to take advantage of changes in volatility in Tesla's stock," but did not challenge the underlying calculations, JPMorgan said. Musk's August 2018 tweets led to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission civil charges and $20 million fines against both him and Tesla.


Meanwhile, TSLA stock continued to slide on Monday, briefly entering a bear market before shooting higher as a result of what we said was a perfectly unmanipulated move in response to Musk selling billions more in TSLA stock.


G mang, whatcha think?

Anonymous ID: aa975f Nov. 15, 2021, 7:34 p.m. No.109246   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9264

the writer seems to know a lot but is very careful about how he puts out the message in a town like Seattle


The Jason Rantz Show, 3pm-6pm on KTTH (Conservative Talk Radio)


Rantz: Here’s why WA officials don’t admit COVID death rate is lower than breakthrough case rate

Nov 15, 2021


Washington reported last week over 69,000 breakthrough cases where vaccinated people were infected with COVID. These cases represent about 1.33% of the COVID vaccinated Washingtonians over 12 years old in the state. Though the data is somewhat misleading, it’s objectively good news and makes a case to get vaccinated if you haven’t already recovered from the virus.


But nearly as low — arguably, the numbers are closer to identical than not — is the chance of death from COVID. In fact, for most Washingtonians, the chances of being a breakthrough case are almost as low as dying from COVID. So why the attempts to keep us in a constant state of fear?




They expect 1% breakthrough cases for a virus that has about a 1% death rate. That means it’s incredibly rare to become infected with COVID while vaccinated. Likewise, it’s incredibly rare to die from COVID (whether or not you’re vaccinated). So why don’t officials say that?




Public health officials and Democrat politicians are singularly focused on you getting vaccinated, regardless of the consequences. They view the unvaccinated as dirty — so much so that they’ll gut their own agencies and departments to weed out the people who don’t think like them.




Several outlets parroted claims by Seattle Children’s Hospital that its ICUs were overrun with child-COVID cases. The hospital provided no data publicly. It took a few leaks to the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH to figure out the data didn’t back the claims — not even close. So why were the claims broadcast unvetted? Because reporters approved of the messaging: They must protect the children!


Meanwhile, the Tacoma News Tribune amplifies a claim by Dino Johnson, the chief operating officer at St. Anthony Hospital. He says the hospital is “full” due to unvaccinated patients. What’s that number?


“Johnson declined to give a number,” reports the TNT.


They did not fully vet the claim. But the paper likes the message.


[more examples of lying....]




Perhaps... the intentional fearmongering isn’t just about vaccination-at-all-costs but about power and weeding out the “wrong kind of people” from society.

Anonymous ID: 4e4c03 Nov. 15, 2021, 7:34 p.m. No.109247   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9264


It’s weak by week for old Joe Biden: Goodwin


Another week, another series of fumbling, mumbling and disasters. How low can Joe Biden go?


Once again, the common theme was weakness. At home and abroad, he is shrinking the presidency before our eyes.


The diminished commander in chief visited his party members in Congress Thursday and was reduced to pleading for them to save his bacon.


“The House and Senate majorities and my presidency will be determined by what happens next week,” he confessed to Democrats.


It was an extraordinary moment for a president, the ostensible leader of his party, but in reality this one is a beggar-in-chief. His focus was on the fate of two massive pieces of legislation, worth $3 trillion combined, even though the larger of the two hadn’t been written and major issues, including whose taxes would be raised, were still hotly disputed.


Nonetheless, with his job approval tanking and needing anything he could call a victory, especially at the Scotland climate summit, the president was desperate for signs of progress. Even a mere promise that both bills would eventually be passed would have been something he could boast about.


Instead, he got the back of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ hand.


After Biden’s closed-door meeting and a public statement in which he tried to portray progress by citing a sketchy “framework” for the social spendathon, which includes $550 billion worth of climate projects, the real power emerged from the shadows. Sanders, the Vermont socialist, flatly rejected the president’s request to pass the separate infrastructure deal first and urged his fellow travelers in the House to say no, which they promptly did.


So the man who is supposed to be the leader of the free world cannot even lead his own party, meaning Biden headed for Europe bearing nothing except embarrassment.


On Friday in Rome, he was again the pleader-in-chief, this time seeking forgiveness from French President Emmanuel Macron after a rupture in relations over a nuclear submarine deal in which Australia backed out of a deal with France and switched to one with the US and Great Britain.


The deal enraged France and hurt Macron politically just months before an April election. Video showed Biden looking like a scolded, sheepish child as he called events around the Australian deal “clumsy” and confessed he was not up to speed when the deal was announced.


So if the president isn’t up to speed on major events involving key allies, who is up to speed and, most important, who is making the decisions?


Weakness here, weakness there, weakness everywhere. Even live coverage of Biden’s meeting with the pope was canceled by Vatican TV, with a few minutes airing later. Why not show the whole thing?


In both meetings, Biden was maskless, a rare sight when he is in the United States. Is the rule follow the science, or when in Rome . . . ?


If that were all, the week would have been trouble enough. But Friday brought a disaster of another sort in the form of a report on the administration’s plan to pay up to $1 billion to illegal migrant families separated at the border by the Trump administration. The Wall Street Journal scoop was so outlandish I first thought it had to be a mistake or a pre-Halloween prank because something so fundamentally stupid can’t possibly be true.


But of course the report is true and as such reveals two other disturbing aspects of the Biden presidency: arrogance and incompetence.


There is no rational way to explain the mere existence of settlement talks with lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union, which is representing the migrants, and the fact the talks were held in secret, then leaked. Perhaps the aim was to complete the deal, then treat it as a fait accompli at an announcement.


Whatever the plan, the idea is nuts on so many levels, including that it offers yet another clear signal to the cartels and people smugglers to keep bringing their caravans north.


Uncle Sap doesn’t just open his border, he also opens his wallet!


Sen. Tom Cotton got it right in a tweet: “It’s unthinkable to pay a burglar who broke into your home for the ‘psychological trauma’ they endured during the crime,” the Arkansas Republican wrote. “Yet the Biden admin wants to reward migrants who illegally entered our country with up to $450,000 each for just that reason. Insanity.”


Others, including Texas GOP Rep. Dan Crenshaw, who lost an eye in combat in Afghanistan, noted that the families of American service members killed in the line of duty receive an insurance payment of $400,000.


“Let that sink in,” Crenshaw tweeted.

Anonymous ID: aa975f Nov. 15, 2021, 7:44 p.m. No.109257   🗄️.is 🔗kun


The Bee's been busy of late


with life so full of bizarre habbenings, dey musta thought they died and went to heaven

so much material, so little time!


they could put out a piece on that - an ad for more writers, saying they can't keep up, etc.

Anonymous ID: aa975f Nov. 15, 2021, 7:52 p.m. No.109261   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9263

Enjoy jawing wid all of YOUS





But tis the time for the evenin nappenin

even tho there's so much happenin

Some is bad but there's much clappenin

When Bannon takes the stage he's tappenin



see ya'll latah

Anonymous ID: 10854d Nov. 15, 2021, 7:58 p.m. No.109264   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>109159, >>109160, >>109163, >>109175 GOLD planefaggin

>>109246 Rantz: Here’s why WA officials don’t admit COVID death rate is lower than breakthrough case rate

>>109243, >>109252 SpinLaunch plans to use its kinetic launch system to put small satellites into orbit

>>109242, >>109245, >>109247 >>109254 Good Win/when

>>109240, >>109248 The Bee: Beto Announces Bid To Lose Texas Governor Race

>>109239 Dr. Robert Malone: 13,000 Scientists and Physicians Signed The Rome Declaration

>>109237, >>109250 Health Department knocking on doors in Houston TX asking people if they’ve been vaxd and how many people are not vaxd inside

>>109227, >>109229 Pentagon ups the ante in vaccine standoff with Oklahoma National Guard

>>109224 Alphabet, Inc sold by Sergey Brin/Larry Page: $329.33m-Nov 8,9,10,12

>>109222 South Carolina and 11 other states sued the Biden administration Monday to block a mandate requiring health care workers to be vax'd

>>109219 When you become more powerful than the algorithm:

>>109216 Obama brings a gun to a knife fight

>>109214 FJ twat likes anti-jew stuffs, not just Rothschilds

>>109194, >>109244 Tesla Inc. sold by Elon Musk: $930.718m-Nov 15/JPMorgan Sues Tesla, Elon Musk Of "Flagrantly" Defaulting On Warrant Payments

>>109193, >>109202 War Room on jo and kneepads

>>109188 @CBS_Herridge moar on Bannon court appearance

>>109186 Binger asserted to the jury during closing arguments that "You lose the right to self-defense when you're the one who brought the gun,"

>>109183 space trackers

>>109179 Bannon/What is the story with "the suite"?

>>109177, >>109178 Russia’s destructive test of an anti-satellite missile is another visible example of irresponsible behavior in Space

>>109174, >>109181, >>109182 ,>>109187 >>109190, >>109191 INTELSAT/NUSAT-9 ALICEl./Marker[9]?

>>109173, >>109174, >>109176, >>109184 Tracking Space garbage, asteroid, aliens and such

>>109171 Wyoming GOP votes to no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican

>>109167, >>109168 Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. sold by Richard Branson: $300.30m-Nov. 10

>>109163 Trudope in the news

>>109162 The Bee: The Chosen One: 10 Little-Known Facts About Modern-Day Legend Kyle Rittenhouse

>>109157 Repeal the Seventeenth!



lemme know

Anonymous ID: 700f70 Nov. 15, 2021, 8:15 p.m. No.109267   🗄️.is 🔗kun

US to Partner With Israel to Combat Ransomware Attacks


Anon comment: So it was Israel all along...


The U.S. Treasury Department said on Sunday it will partner with Israel to combat ransomware, with the two countries launching a joint task force to address cybersecurity.

The task force will develop a memorandum of understanding supporting information sharing related to the financial sector, including cybersecurity regulations and threat intelligence, the Treasury Department said.

The announcement follows a virtual meeting on ransomware that held at the White House in October with the European Union and more than 30 countries, including Israel.

Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Wally Adeyemo asked then for international cooperation to address the abuse of virtual currency and disrupt the ransomware business model.

The partnership follows measures taken to combat a surge in ransomware that has struck several big U.S. companies, including an attack on the largest fuel pipeline in the United States that crippled fuel delivery for several days.

A broader U.S.-Israeli task force was also launched on Sunday to address issues related to fintech and cybersecurity, the Treasury Department said.

Adeyemo met with Israeli Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Director General of the National Cyber Directorate Yigal Unna in Israel on Sunday to establish a bilateral partnership, the department said in a statement.

Earlier this month, the U.S. Justice Department charged a Ukraine national and a Russian in one of the worst ransomware attacks against American targets.


By Kanishka Singh