Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:14 a.m. No.16472910   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3020 >>3164 >>3362 >>3477 >>3488

CONFIRMED: Pfizer’s COVID Vaccine Reduces Sperm Count in Men, Another Adverse Affect Of The Forced Vaccine Tyranny


According to a recently released medical study, in a group of 37 sperm donors, across 220 samples collected, the impact of the mRNA COVID vaccine, BNT162b2 produced by Pfizer, caused men to experience a drop in fertility of more than 20%.


For more than two years now, experts have tried to deny that the FDA-approved Pfizer vaccine might impact fertility in both men and women.


In a report by NPR in 2021, experts referred to the claims as a “scare tactic” aimed at discouraging individuals from getting vaccinated. The article states that such false claims “specifically seek to undermine trust in Pfizer… despite the decades of research.” Albeit there have not been decades of research related to mRNA COVID vaccines, a false claim by the mainstream media outlet.


Since then, multiple studies and reports have shown that the COVID vaccines have a direct adverse impact on women’s menstrual cycles worldwide.


According to a report by USA Today in 2021, a study supported by the CDC and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the vaccine showed no direct impact on fertility. The study, however, only looked a the individuals for 70 days, almost immediately after receiving the vaccine, leading to inconclusive data related to the long-term impacts of the vaccine.


The most recent study was enacted due to concerns about the vaccines’ “possible detrimental impact on male fertility.”


In the latest study, released this week, the participants were studied for five months after receiving the vaccine according to CDC recommendations. Each participant provided multiple samples, spread out throughout the study’s duration.


The results showed a staggering drop in male fertility, with the average decrease being 22.1% across the study group.


The study concludes, “Systemic immune response after BNT162b2 vaccine is a reasonable cause for transient semen concentration and TMC decline.”


In short, the Pfizer COVID vaccine does in fact reduce male fertility.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:15 a.m. No.16472920   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2957 >>3020 >>3164 >>3362 >>3477

Senator Rand Paul Calls for Spending On Ukraine To Stop, Saying ‘We Borrow Money From China So We Can Send It To Ukraine?’


Senator Rand Paul said this week that the nation’s record-setting inflation is directly tied to actions of the U.S. government, such as continuously providing billions of dollars in aid and weapons to Ukraine to assist in their war with Russia.


During an interview with Mobile, AL radio FM Talk 106.5, the Kentucky Republican Senator compared the ongoing aid for Ukraine to any other government expenditures, which he said contribute significantly to the growing government debt.


Paul did express his sympathy for the ongoing conflict and those affected but said that the continued spending on a war that is not ours was nonsensical.


“Inflation is caused by spending money that you don’t have that the Federal Reserve buys the debt,” he said. “So whether it is for Ukraine, whether it is for food stamps here, whether it’s studies of Panamian frogs, it all goes to the debt. And so, it doesn’t make sense, even for a good cause. I’m sympathetic to the Ukrainians. I think the Putin invasion should be condemned. I want the Ukrainians to win.”


“But it doesn’t make sense for me to say, ‘Well, America — why don’t we borrow money from China so we can send it to Ukraine?'” he continued.


“We don’t have any money. It would be like me saying to you, ‘You know there are poor people in Mobile,’ when I know you don’t have any money because you’re barely getting by providing for your family and paying your rent. ‘But why don’t you go down to the bank in Mobile and borrow $1,000 and give it to poor people?'”


“Nobody does that,” he added. “You give out of your surplus. You take care of your family first, and if you have some left over, you try to help your church, and you try to help your community. But you don’t do it by borrowing money. That’s what the United States is doing.”


Paul went on to express his concerns that the war would continue for quite a while and noted that he expects Ukraine to continue petitioning the U.S. for far more financial and logistical resources.


“Ukraine is going to ask for $40 billion more apparently this fall,” Paul explained. “Then it is going to take hundreds of billions to rebuild the country. Look, I have great sympathy, but we do not have hundreds of billions of dollars to rebuild Ukraine. We can’t endlessly supply them with weapons. So, no — to me, it is a fiscal issue, not necessarily a military issue.”


The U.S. has already spent more than $54 billion on efforts to help Ukraine, and President Biden has a habit of continuing to commit more on a consistent basis.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:17 a.m. No.16472936   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Russia explains its view of US goals in Ukraine


Washington is supplying Kiev with arms to force Moscow into playing by American rules, Russia’s foreign minister believes


The real goal the US is pursuing by providing military aid to Ukraine is to deprive Russia of its independent stance on the international stage, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the Rossiya 1 TV channel program ‘Moscow. Kremlin. Putin.’ show on Sunday. Washington wants Moscow to have no say on international issues, but it will not succeed, the minister added.


The conflict in Ukraine is being used by the US and its allies as just another way to weaken Russia, Lavrov said when asked what America’s real goals in Ukraine are.


“They [the US] are pursuing a goal they have long made public: Russia must know its place; Russia [must] have no voice in international affairs; Russia must abide by the rules set by the US,” the minister stated, adding that Washington is apparently “well aware” of the fact that it would not succeed.


His words came as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told German tabloid Bild that Western weapons supplied by the military bloc make it more likely that Ukraine will drive Russian forces out of Donbass. The NATO chief has also openly stated that the bloc plans to no longer designate Moscow as a partner but as a security threat in the next update of its strategy concept.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:20 a.m. No.16472947   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2951 >>3020 >>3067 >>3164 >>3362 >>3477

Western Populations Must Do More For Ukraine Even If "Costs Of Food & Fuel Are High": NATO Chief


Here we go again: top officials in the West warning their populations against "Ukraine fatigue", saying that 'sacrifices' must be made for the long-term despite the 'high costs' in blood and treasure of continuing to ramp up support for Ukraine. This time it's NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg making unusually blunt statements, addressing the common masses.


"We must prepare for the fact that it could take years. We must not let up in supporting Ukraine," he began by saying in an interview published Sunday by Germany’s Bild am Sonntag newspaper. He stressed this should be the case "even if the costs are high, not only for military support, also because of rising energy and food prices."


So it seems Western leaders who have been stoking what is now clearly a Russia-NATO proxy war in Ukraine are now increasingly content to say the quiet part out loud. And it's not even promised to be a momentary or short-lived "cost" for citizens of Europe or America, but years-long sacrifices must be made, we are told.


Stoltenberg explained, as if trying to preempt the expected majority of skeptics, that "the costs of food and fuel are nothing compared with those paid daily by the Ukrainians on the front line." He said further:


If Russian President Vladimir Putin should reach his objectives in Ukraine, like when he annexed Crimea in 2014, "we would have to pay an even greater price," Stoltenberg added.


This warning from Stoltenberg comes not only as Russian forces are steadily advancing over the whole of the Donbas, and amid a general shift in the media narrative strongly suggesting Ukrainian losses are much bigger than previously known, but as signs of popular pushback and anger among populations in Western countries begin to emerge, as billions of dollars are shoveled into Kiev while people suffer at home amid soaring food and gas prices.


In particular Stoltenberg is calling for more "state of the art weaponry" - and of course there's always the billions more from US taxpayers in Ukraine aid which apparently Washington is preparing to make indefinite. And yet last month The New York Times editorial board took note that "Americans have been galvanized by Ukraine's suffering, but popular support for a war far from U.S. shores will not continue indefinitely."


This also as there's concern among NATO leadership over "Ukraine fatigue" setting in…


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed concerns "that a bit of Ukraine fatigue is starting to set in around the world" and has urged support for Ukrainian efforts to try to roll back the Russian invasion.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:21 a.m. No.16472953   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3020 >>3164 >>3362 >>3451 >>3477

Kentucky Supreme Court Rules on Cellphone Geo-Tracking Case — Proving Premise Behind “2000 Mules” Is VALID and Very Much in Use Today


The Kentucky Supreme Court recently ruled on a cellphone geo-tracking case. Police used realtime cellphone geo-tracking information to locate an alleged robber. The police then made an arrest based on the information they were able to gather from the suspect’s cellphone.


Police and advertisers use geo-tracking all the time. The FBI used geo-tracking before and after January 6 to identify Trump supporters who were at or near the US Capitol on January 6th.


But last week Bill Barr scoffed at the idea and laughed out loud about this technology used in “2000 Mules” to identify battleground state Democrat ballot traffickers. Either Barr is ill-informed on the use of this technology or he was deliberately misleading the sham January 6 Committee.


Barr was captured on video stating, “The election was not stolen by fraud. And I haven’t seen anything since the election that changes my mind on that, including the ‘2000 Mules’ movie.”

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:23 a.m. No.16472962   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3020 >>3164 >>3362 >>3477

When the Lies Come Home


After lying for months, the media are preparing the public for Ukraine’s military collapse.


Diogenes, one of the ancient world’s illustrious philosophers, believed that lies were the currency of politics, and those lies were the ones he sought to expose and debase. To make his point, Diogenes occasionally carried a lit lantern through the streets of Athens in the daylight. If asked why, Diogenes would say he was searching for an honest man.


Finding an honest man today in Washington, D.C., is equally challenging. Diogenes would need a Xenon Searchlight in each hand.


Still, there are brief moments of clarity inside the Washington establishment. Having lied prolifically for months to the American public about the origins and conduct of the war in Ukraine, the media are now preparing the American, British, and other Western publics for Ukraine’s military collapse. It is long overdue.


The Western media did everything in its power to give the Ukrainian defense the appearance of far greater strength than it really possessed. Careful observers noted that the same video clips of Russian tanks under attack were shown repeatedly. Local counterattacks were reported as though they were operational maneuvers.


Russian errors were exaggerated out of all proportion to their significance. Russian losses and the true extent of Ukraine’s own losses were distorted, fabricated, or simply ignored. But conditions on the battlefield changed little over time. Once Ukrainian forces immobilized themselves in static defensive positions inside urban areas and the central Donbas, the Ukrainian position was hopeless. But this development was portrayed as failure by the Russians to gain “their objectives.”


Ground-combat forces that immobilize soldiers in prepared defenses will be identified, targeted, and destroyed from a distance. When persistent overhead intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance assets, whether manned or unmanned, are linked to precision guided-strike weapons or modern artillery systems informed by accurate targeting data, “holding ground” is fatal to any ground force. This is all the more true in Ukraine, because it was apparent from the first action that Moscow focused on the destruction of Ukrainian forces, not on the occupation of cities or the capture of Ukrainian territory west of the Dnieper River.


The result has been the piecemeal annihilation of Ukrainian forces. Only the episodic infusion of U.S. and allied weapons kept Kiev’s battered legions in the field; legions that are now dying in great numbers thanks to Washington’s proxy war.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:32 a.m. No.16473006   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3020 >>3164 >>3223 >>3362 >>3477

Arizona Judge Declines Request to Improve Election Security, Citing Timing Reasons


A superior court judge rejected the Arizona attorney general’s request to revamp election rules for the 2022 election cycle, citing timing as the reason for the rejection.


Yavapai County Superior Court Judge John Napper denied Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s request to ask Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to improve the election procedure manual for the 2022 elections on Friday.


“At this point in the game, there is no mechanism for the Court to assist the parties in constructing an EMP which complies with [the law] within the timelines of the statute,” Napper wrote in Friday’s ruling, reported The Associated Press. “The Complaint was filed far too late for this to occur without disrupting elections that have already begun.”


The judge’s rejection marked the end of the AG’s complaint first filed against Hobbs in April, in which he alleged that Hobbs refused to make changes in the elections procedures manual and did not provide him with a “legally-compliant” election procedures manual by Oct. 1, 2021, as required by Arizona state law.


“This case is about the Secretary’s ongoing violation of her mandatory statutory duty to promulgate an Elections Procedures Manual (“EPM”) for the 2022 election cycle,” reads Brnovich’s court filing dated April 21. “To cure that ongoing violation, Plaintiffs are entitled to special action relief ordering the Secretary to comply with the mandatory requirement of providing a legally-compliant EPM to the AG and Governor for approval.”


Brnovich asked that the court order Hobbs to amend the election procedures manual by adding election integrity measures, including prohibiting unstaffed drop boxes, requiring signature verification for non-mailed early ballots, and preserving the requirement that voters vote in their precinct, according to a June 10 statement on the AG’s website.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:33 a.m. No.16473013   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3023 >>3034 >>3052 >>3112 >>3209

Kinzinger: Trump Guilty of ‘Seditious Conspiracy’


Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” that he believes former President Donald Trump was guilty of “seditious conspiracy.”


Kinzinger said, “What we can do from the committee’s perspective is show, as we have so far, for instance, the pressure that was coming down on Mike Pence and how the president knew what he was doing.”


He added, “This attack on January 6 is unprecedented, and the rot that led up to it is unprecedented. It’s essential at this moment that we get a grip on this and figure out how to defend our democracy.


Anchor George Stephanopoulos asked, “It’s up to the Justice Department in the end but have you reached the conclusion that President Trump should be prosecuted?”


Kinzinger said, “I certainly think the president is guilty of knowing what he did, seditious conspiracy, being involved in these kinds of different segments of pressuring DOJ, vice president etcetera. Obviously, as you know, we’re not a criminal charges committee. I want to be careful in specifically using that language. But what we are presenting before the American people would rise to the criminal involvement by the president and definitely failure of the oath. The oath has to matter here. Your personal demand to stand for the Constitution has to matter. If you have people that don’t regard that at all, there’s no law in the world that we can pass that will make a bit of difference.”

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:38 a.m. No.16473032   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3109

We're in Trouble: 'Captain America' Comes Out with Message for 'Idiots' Who Don't Want LGBT Kiss in Newest Disney Movie


Don’t like your young children being religiously and sexually indoctrinated by a lesbian kiss in Disney/Pixar’s kids’ movie “Lightyear”? The voice for the titular character, “Captain America” actor Chris Evans,” thinks you’re one of the “idiots.”


In an interview with Reuters last week, Evans said those who have issues with the animated movie’s value systems will “die off like dinosaurs” and said the project is part of “social advancement” and “constant social awakening.”


The movie, which has been banned in 14 countries and is unlikely to be released in the largest non-American foreign market — China — has also met with resistance from religious parents in the United States, who have taken issue with propagandizing children.



The Disney movie, released Friday in U.S. theaters, is a prequel of sorts to the “Toy Story” series. It’s supposed to be the movie that inspired Andy, the child who owned the toy protagonists in the animated films, to become obsessed with Buzz Lightyear, the toy voiced by Tim Allen in the original films and Evans in this one.


Odd, then, that while “Toy Story” was released in 1995, “Lightyear” seems to very much have the values of contemporary woke Hollywood. This includes the lesbian kissing scene.


“Buzz’s close friend in the film is a female space ranger who marries another woman. A scene showing milestones in the couple’s relationship includes a brief kiss,” Reuters reported.


Lest we forget, 1995 was a full four years before the Rev. Jerry Falwell made national news by arguing that a character on the children’s show “Teletubbies” was gay — something the company that distributed the show in the United States strenuously denied at the time.


“It’s a children’s show, folks,” said Steven Rice of Itsy Bitsy Entertainment, according to The Baltimore Sun. “To think we would be putting sexual innuendo in a children’s show is kind of outlandish.”


Entertainment industry values of 1999, meet entertainment industry values of 2022 explaining why there needs to be a same-sex kiss in a movie that, by the rubric of its own existence, must have been made before 1995: because anyone who would object to sexual innuendo in a children’s movie is a bleeding moron.


“The real truth is those people are idiots,” said Evans in his interview with Reuters.


“Every time there’s been social advancement as we wake up, the American story, the human story is one of constant social awakening and growth and that’s what makes us good,” he continued.


“There’s always going to be people who are afraid and unaware and trying to hold on to what was before. But those people die off like dinosaurs,” Evans added.


“I think the goal is to pay them no mind, march forward and embrace the growth that makes us human.”


It’s worth noting the Torah, the Bible and the Quran — all with prohibitions on same-sex relations — have all been around for at least 1,300 years, and much longer in some cases.


And it isn’t like homosexuality wasn’t considered in any culture before now; one need only look to Greek or Roman antiquity for evidence of that. Instead, what Evans is referring to is that, in the small slice of recorded human history that ‘s taken place over the last half-century, homosexuality hasn’t just gone from socially unacceptable to socially acceptable. There’s now a social demand that you accept it, too, no matter what your religious or cultural beliefs are.


Well, at least it’s that way in the West; one gets the feeling Evans might be uttering a quiet apology sometime in the future to the mostly Muslim populations of the 14 nations that have banned it — including Egypt, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates.


In addition, multiple publications, including Vice and Spain’s El País, have noted that communist authorities in China are “unlikely” to approve the film if the relationship is not excised — which Disney has refused to do.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:40 a.m. No.16473041   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3051 >>3164 >>3362 >>3477

Report: 'Socialist' Teacher Whose Timeline Is Full of Propaganda Calling Conservatives Pedophiles Now Arrested for Child Pornography


A Hawaii teacher has been arrested on child pornography charges.


Prosecutors said that Alden Bunag sent illegal images and video to a teacher in Philadelphia on the mainland and admitted to sex with a 13-year-old student, according to KHON-TV.


Bunag has the same name as a Twitter poster who says he lives in Hawaii and identifies himself as a “Socialist high school teacher fighting for a better society for my students to graduate into. Artist, dancer, singer, photographer, writer, creative educator.”


Bunag is in custody after a court appearance on Thursday.


According to court records, he has admitted to filming sexual encounters with a 13-year-old and sending videos of the sessions to others.


“Bunag claimed to have sex with (the boy) at the school during lunch breaks… Described (the boy) as a former student and knew that he was a minor at the time,” court documents said.


According to those documents, Bunag “admitted to distributing the video recording of his sexual contact… admitted to distributing child pornography involving other minor victims.”


Court documents said that Bunag and the teacher in Philadelphia exchanged more than 3,300 images and video files. The Philadelphia teacher was arrested in October.


According to KITV-TV, the crimes of which Bunag is accused took place from November 2019 through October 2021.


The investigation started with a tip that led federal investigators to the Philadelphia teacher in July of 2021.


“It’s telling how the suspect confessed to the crimes. That goes to show how a lot of times when people are involved in these kinds of crime, they do think they can get away with it,” Doug Chin said, a former state attorney general.


Chin said many of those who promote child pornography have otherwise clean records.


“Oftentimes, they have no other contact with a law enforcement system and that shock actually results in a pretty quick confession, which appears to be what happened here,” Chin said.


Chin said the case highlights the need for law enforcement partnerships.


“In order to be able to crack down some of the most frightening and scary people in our community which is people who prey upon children and do so for sexual purposes,” he said.


“Many people who are attracted to children or suffer from pedophilia, they do seek out job positions or employment where they’re around children,” criminal defense attorney Victor Bakke said, according to KHNL-TV.


“It is just a sign of the times when people with like interests can find each other and engage in this type of activity and discussion,” he said.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:42 a.m. No.16473049   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Mass riots in India after inappropriate government reform


Mass riots broke out in India – the youth rebelled after the announcement of the reform of the conscription into the army. Property and offices of the ruling party were burned. In several parts of the country, officials blocked the Internet.


The protests have started in India’s poorest states, where tens of thousands of young people study for military exams every year to avoid mass unemployment. The goal of the reform is to hire more young people on shorter and more unstable contracts.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:49 a.m. No.16473077   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3164 >>3362 >>3477

Vandenberg SFB commander sued for denying retired veteran access over molestation conviction


A retired Air Force veteran in Santa Barbara County has filed a lawsuit against Vandenberg Space Force Base, accusing its commander of denying him access to the installation last year over a 30-year-old child molestation conviction, according to federal court documents.


In a lawsuit filed May 12 in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 75-year-old plaintiff Joseph Simonson accused Col. Robert A. Long, commanding officer of Vandenberg SFB, for denying access over the 1992 conviction.


Additionally, Simonson said Long denied access to “constitutionally” protected retirement benefits by preventing physical access to the base and without providing notice, according to the filing.


Simonson seeks a judgment giving him access to the base, attorneys’ fees and “other relief the court deems just and proper,” the lawsuit states.


Defendants in the lawsuit include Long, who is the current commanding officer of Space Launch Delta 30, which controls the base, and at least 10 unidentified John Does.


A spokeswoman for Space Launch Delta 30 did not comment on the lawsuit and referred to Vandenberg personnel at the main gate, who stated that expired retiree cards are usually the only reason why those veterans are denied access. An individual’s ban is base-specific, meaning that the retiree could access another installation, according to base personnel.


The complaint stems from an incident at the base in October 2021, when Vandenberg personnel informed Simonson that he was no longer permitted to enter the base for any purpose, even for medical treatment for a recent diabetes diagnosis, according to court records.


Documents show Simonson attempted to enter the base for a medical appointment but was denied by Vandenberg security forces personnel, who told him that he was not allowed on base due to his “presence on California’s sex offender registry” for the conviction he received four years after retiring from the military.


Simonson said that he is a Vietnam War-era Air Force officer who retired at the rank of major and that his conviction had nothing to do with his military service.


In addition, Simonson said he had base access for nearly 30 years without incident after his conviction and even worked there as a defense contractor from 2005 until he retired in 2014, while holding a “secret” security clearance during that time, court records show.


Records also show that since retiring, Simonson had relied on access to Vandenberg Space Force Base, where he routinely purchased gasoline, clothing, groceries and obtained prescription drugs.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:49 a.m. No.16473082   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3164 >>3362 >>3477

NCIS agent had relationship with Syrian businessman, gave him classified info, feds say


A former special agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service had an inappropriate relationship with a Syrian businessman to whom she gave classified information while working in Dubai, according to the Department of Justice.


The 48-year-old agent, Leatrice Malika DeBruhl-Daniels, accepted gifts from the man, including an expensive birthday party for her thrown at his house, according to a news release from the Department of Justice. In turn, she’s accused of telling him that he was the target of an FBI counterterrorism investigation and warning him that if he went to the U.S. he would likely be arrested.


She also accepted $1,400 in cash from him, feds say, as well as a promise that he would get her son a job with his company.


After a six-day trial, a jury in Houston found DeBruhl-Daniels guilty on June 13 of four counts of obstruction, six counts of false statements, one count of false statement with terrorism enhancement and one count of bribery.


An attorney for DeBruhl-Daniels could not be found.


When she met the man — 49-year-old Nadal Diya — he was looking for help getting a visa to the United States while being investigated by the U.S. government, the release says.


Federal agents said they questioned DeBruhl-Daniels in December 2017 about Diya, but she failed to disclose her relationship with him.


After agents questioned DeBruhl-Daniels, she met with Diya and coached him on what to say in an interview.


In May 2018, DeBruhl-Daniels left Dubai to go to Hawaii for a new position that was offered to her. Bbut when she later learned that she would not get the job, she confessed to her superiors and investigators that she had had a relationship with Diya, accepted a party and gifts from him and revealed classified information to him, the release says.


Diya was charged in 2018 with fraud and misuse of visas and other documents after being accused of using fraudulent passports from Guatemala and Argentina to travel to the United States between 2014 and 2015, according to a criminal complaint.


He has pleaded guilty and is awaiting sentencing, according to the Department of Justice.


According to the Department of Justice, DeBruhl-Daniels testified in her own defense and said the classified information she gave to Diya was public information at the time. She also said that she did not have a duty to reveal her personal relationship with Diya to federal agents or tell them about the information she gave to him.


She will be sentenced on Aug. 15, according to the release. She faces 20 years for each of the obstruction counts, five years for each of the false statement counts, eight years for the count of false statement with terrorism enhancement and two years for the bribery count.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:51 a.m. No.16473087   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Israeli officials said to warn against travel to UAE, Bahrain, Jordan, Egypt


Amid top-level warning for Turkey, reports say security officials are cautioning that if Iran gets ‘desperate,’ it could try perpetrating an attack on Israelis in other countries


Israeli officials are cautioning against visiting the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan, and Egypt, in addition to the existing travel warning to Turkey, according to several Hebrew media reports.


Israel currently has a top-level travel warning to Turkey, saying there is a concrete threat of an Iranian attack against Israeli tourists in Istanbul.


Channel 13 news and Army Radio both cite unnamed Israeli security officials saying that while the threat in the other destinations is not concrete, danger could soon emerge if Tehran gets “desperate” to commit an attack.


“I would recommend Israelis not go there, and if they go they should take extra care,” an unnamed diplomatic source is quoted as saying.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 11:52 a.m. No.16473090   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3101 >>3164 >>3362 >>3477

Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner said on their way to Israel


Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the daughter and son-in-law of former US president Donald Trump, have boarded a flight from Miami to Israel and will land at Ben Gurion Airport tomorrow morning, the Ynet news site reports.


The outlet cites eyewitnesses who saw the couple boarding an El Al plane and heading to the business class. It adds that the same plane is also transporting Tourism Minister Yoel Razvozov.


The report says the reason for the visit is not known.


Kushner served as a senior adviser to Trump during the latter’s time in the White House.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 12:02 p.m. No.16473141   🗄️.is 🔗kun

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Google, Facebook, Amazon: Rise of the Mega-Corporations’ (2021)

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 12:05 p.m. No.16473153   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3164 >>3264 >>3362 >>3477

FLCCC Treatment Protocol for Vaccine Injured


FLCCC Vaccine Injury Protocol: First Line Therapies


The full first line protocol for vaccine injury is as follows. Keep in mind, however, that the treatment must be individualized to the symptoms of each patient. As explained by Marik, the patient's response will determine future treatment and adjunct therapies. These are not symptom specific but rather listed in order of importance:10


Time Restricted Eating or periodic daily fasts. Fasting has a profound effect on promoting immune system homeostasis, partly by stimulating the removal of damaged cells and mitochondria and clearing misfolded and foreign proteins. Intermittent fasting likely has an important role in promoting the breakdown and elimination of the spike protein. Fasting is contraindicated in patients under 18 (impairs growth) and during pregnancy and breastfeeding.


Patients with diabetes, as well as those with serious underlying medical conditions, should consult their primary care provider prior to fasting, as changes in their medications may be required and these patients require close monitoring.


Ivermectin — 0.2 to 0.3 mg/kg, daily for up to 4 to 6 weeks. Ivermectin has potent anti-inflammatory properties. It also binds to the spike protein, aiding in the elimination by the host. It is likely that ivermectin and intermittent fasting act synergistically to rid the body of the spike protein.


Ivermectin is best taken with or just following a meal for greater absorption. A trial of ivermectin should be considered as first line therapy. It appears that patients can be grouped into two categories: i) ivermectin responders and ii) ivermectin nonresponders.


This distinction is important, as the latter are more difficult to treat and require more aggressive therapy. Due to the possible drug interaction between quercetin and ivermectin, these drugs should not be taken simultaneously (i.e., should be staggered morning and night).


Low dose naltrexone (LDN) — Begin with 1 mg/day and increase to 4.5 mg/day, as required. May take 2 to 3 months to see full effect. LDN has been demonstrated to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic and neuromodulating properties.


Melatonin — 2 to 6 mg slow release/extended release prior to bedtime. Melatonin has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and is a powerful regulator of mitochondrial function. The dose should be started at 750 mcg (μg) to 1 mg at night and increased as tolerated. Patients who are slow metabolizers may have very unpleasant and vivid dreams with higher doses.


Aspirin — 81 mg/day. (Please note: I do not agree with the routine use of aspirin, and recommend proteolytic enzymes such as lumbrokinase and serrapeptase on an empty stomach instead. Both serve to digest unwanted proteins in your blood, like blood clots.


They also help combat inflammation and rebalance your immune system, facilitating the removal of inflammatory proteins, removing fibrin — a clotting material that restricts blood flow and prolongs inflammation — reducing edema in inflamed regions, and boosting the potency of macrophages and killer cells.)


Vitamin C — 1000 mg orally three to four times a day. Vitamin C has important anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immune-enhancing properties, including increased synthesis of type I interferons. Avoid in patients with a history of kidney stones. Oral Vitamin C helps promote growth of protective bacterial populations in the microbiome.


It is important to note that these high doses are a pharmaceutical application of vitamin C and NOT recommended for daily use. It is far better to use whole food vitamin C and not ascorbic acid for daily use. I actually will be speaking with Dr. Marik and Korey September 9 and 10 at a vitamin C conference11 in Clearwater, Florida. If you come to the event you will be able to meet me personally there.


Vitamin D and Vitamin K2 — A dose of 4,000 to 5,000 units/day of vitamin D, together with vitamin K2 100 mcg/day is a reasonable starting dose. The dose of Vitamin D should be adjusted according to the baseline vitamin D level.


Quercetin — 250 to 500 mg/day (or mixed flavonoids). Flavonoids have broad spectrum anti-inflammatory properties, inhibit mast cells, and have been demonstrated to reduce neuroinflammation.


Due to a possible drug interaction between quercetin and ivermectin, these drugs should not be taken simultaneously (i.e., should be staggered morning and night). The use of quercetin has rarely been associated with hypothyroidism.


The clinical impact of this association may be limited to those individuals with preexistent thyroid disease or those with subclinical thyroidism. Quercetin should be used with caution in patients with hypothyroidism and TSH levels should be monitored.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 12:08 p.m. No.16473168   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Transgender Org Releases New Guidelines, Lowers Recommended Age For Starting Children on Gender-Change Hormones and Mutilating Their Breasts


The “World Professional Association for Transgender Health” has lowered the recommended age for mutilating children in an effort to change their gender.


The organization has moved the recommended age for beginning hormones to “change genders” from 16 to just 14-years-old and the age for cutting healthy breasts off female children from 16 to 15.


They also recommend starting children as young as 8-years-old on puberty blockers.


“The blockers can weaken bones, and starting them too young in children assigned males at birth might impair sexual function in adulthood, although long-term evidence is lacking,” the Associated Press reports.


The organization acknowledged the risks associated with the treatments, which include making otherwise healthy children infertile, but do not seem to care.


According to the report, the organization is comprised of “3,000 doctors, social scientists and others involved in transgender health issues.”


The report notes that psychologist Erica Anderson resigned as a board member of the organization last year after she raised issues with “sloppy” treatment given to kids “without adequate counseling.”


“They tell me horror stories. They tell me, ‘Our child had 20 minutes with the doctor’” before being offered hormones, she said. “The parents leave with their hair on fire.”


The new guidance recommends, per the AP report:


• Sex hormones — estrogen or testosterone — starting at age 14. This is often lifelong treatment. Long-term risks may include infertility and weight gain, along with strokes in trans women and high blood pressure in trans men, the guidelines say.


• Breast removal for trans boys at age 15. Previous guidance suggested this could be done at least a year after hormones, around age 17, although a specific minimum age wasn’t listed.


• Most genital surgeries starting at age 17, including womb and testicle removal, a year earlier than previous guidance.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 12:09 p.m. No.16473175   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3198 >>3241

Woman Claims She Received a Vial of Human Blood in Box With Chair She Ordered From Amazon


A New York woman has claimed that she received a vial of what appears to be human blood with her Amazon order.


Jen Begakis says that she had ordered a chair from the retail giant, which she received.


Inside the box, along with the chair, was the tube of blood.


“If I told you the leather chair I ordered from Amazon was packaged with a blood collection tube that is…full, would you believe me?” Begakis wrote on Twitter.


“Because I’m lost for – – – words.”


“I’m as terrified as I am confused,” the woman continued, including a short video of the vial and the box. She added, “I’m taking nine showers in fear.”


“I’m so profoundly unprepared [for] this type of chaos,” she said in a reply to another Twitter user.


Begakis tweeted that she had contacted Amazon about the issue, but had not heard back.

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 12:12 p.m. No.16473185   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Normalizing pedophilia continues


Belgian film Close, about teen male friendship, wins Sydney Film Festival's top prize


Belgian director Lukas Dhont has won Sydney Film Festival's $60,000 Sydney Film Prize for "audacious, cutting-edge and courageous" film for his queer teen tragedy Close, about a powerful friendship between two 13-year-old boys that is ruptured by their transition to high school — with tragic results.


The film, which screened in Sydney off the back of winning the Grand Prix (second prize) at Cannes, was praised by the Sydney Film Festival jury as "a tender, moving, powerful film. A mature film about innocence".


Dhont's film won against a field of 11 other films that included Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Utama, Berlinale Golden Bear winner Alcarràs, three films straight from Cannes' Un Certain Regard line-up, and two Australian films: Archibald Prize-winning artist Del Kathryn Barton's feature debut Blaze, and Goran Stolevski's witch fable You Won't Be Alone.


It was a line-up notable for stories with teen protagonists: a boy searching for his father, in Mexican drama The Box; a 12-year-old girl whose imagination becomes a tool for surviving trauma, in Blaze; an under-loved nine-year-old who blossoms over summer with relatives, in Irish-language film The Quiet Girl; and the gaggle of children and teens enjoying one last summer on their family's land, in Catalonian drama Alcarràs.


Presenting the award at Sydney Film Festival's closing ceremony on Sunday evening at the State Theatre, the jury, led by actor/director David Wenham, said Close "displayed a mastery of restraint, subtle handling of story, astute observations and delicate attention to finer details".

Anonymous ID: 1eefc2 June 19, 2022, 12:21 p.m. No.16473221   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>3227

Most Parents Today Say Their Kids Don’t Spend Enough Time Outside Anymore


More than half of American parents believe their kids aren’t spending enough time playing outside (55%). A survey of 5,000 parents of children between five and 13 — split evenly by state — finds that 57 percent worry their kids aren’t as excited about playing outside as they were when they were young. In fact, parents have to tell their kids to play outside an average of four times a week.


Parents in Alaska, Arizona, and Missouri are telling their kids to play outside most – at an average of six times a week. The top reasons parents tell their children to go play outside include getting some fresh air (51%), taking a break from their digital devices (47%), and for exercise (42%).


Thirty-five percent of parents also encourage their children to play outside in order to positively impact their mental health – as well as have some quiet time for themselves.


Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Claritin®, the survey found parents reported their child typically spends just five hours a week playing outside – less than an hour a day.


The states where their kids get outside the most (playing outside an average of six hours a week) include Alaska, Arizona, Missouri, North Dakota, and Wyoming.

Back in my day…


More than three-quarters (76%) of parents agree most of their time spent as a child was spent playing outside, while 74 percent feel that kids these days don’t appreciate the outdoors as much as they did.


Nearly four in five (78%) went on to agree their favorite childhood memories were of playing outside, so it’s not surprising that 85 percent say it’s important to them that their children spend time outside as well.


Parents in South Carolina were the most likely to agree it’s important that their child plays outside (98%), followed by Montana parents (97%), and 96 percent of parents in Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, and Maryland.


When kids are excited to get outside, their backyard (61%), front yard (54%), and local park (50%) are the top places to hang out. However, parents admit their family would spend even more time outside if their personal space (72%) or local park (64%) was more exciting.