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Why War Bonds Are Returning in Europe
After a mostly peaceful Security Conference in Munich over the weekend, Estonian Prime Minister Katja Kallas let the real purpose of all the recent hysteria over Ukraine funding out of the proverbial bag — Eurobonds. Kallas was handed the bully pulpit to make the argument for $110 billion in Eurobonds be issued by the EU Commission to spend on arming Europe for the future and supporting Ukraine. It just sounds like more of the same that we’ve heard for two years now. More money for Ukraine. More war spending. But this is a far more complex and nuanced issue than...
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You Only Need To Cage A Bird If It Knows That It Can Fly
One point I keep trying to drive home here in as many ways as I can is that this is the dystopia we were warned about. The main difference between this mind-controlled dystopia and the fictional dystopias in novels like 1984 is that in 1984 people knew they weren’t living in a free society, whereas in this dystopia the people believe they are free. In Orwell’s dystopia people knew they weren’t free and had to use doublethink to stay out of trouble with their rulers. In this dystopia people have no idea how pervasively they’re being dominated by their rulers; they think...
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Israeli Jets Attack Damascus Apartment Building, Killing Two
Israeli Jets Attack Damascus Apartment Building, Killing Two Several presumed Israeli airstrikes rocked a residential area of the Syrian capital of Damascus on Wednesday. A wave of initial strikes reportedly activated Syria's anti-air defenses, but there was at least one direct hit on an apartment building.  "Israeli strikes hit a neighborhood of the Syrian capital on Wednesday morning, killing two people and causing material damage, Syria’s state TV said," according to the Associated Press. Aftermath of alleged Israeli strike on an apartment in Kfar Sousseh district, in Damascus, Syria, on Wednesday. Hours...
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Bankruptcy Judge Allows Rudy Giuliani To Appeal $148 Million Defamation Verdict
Bankruptcy Judge Allows Rudy Giuliani To Appeal $148 Million Defamation Verdict Authored by Caden Pearson via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), A New York bankruptcy judge has allowed Rudy Giuliani to appeal a $148 million defamation verdict so long as he uses pre-approved donors for legal expenses. Rudy Giuliani, a former lawyer of former President Donald J. Trump, leaves the E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. District Courthouse after jury deliberation in Washington on Dec. 15, 2023. (Madalina Vasiliu/The Epoch Times) U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Sean Lane, in his order on Tuesday, specified that such...
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<div>Supermarket Scramble: Food Spending's Share Of Disposable Income Hits Highest Level In Three Decades</div>
Supermarket Scramble: Food Spending's Share Of Disposable Income Hits Highest Level In Three Decades The most recent inflation prints (CPI & PPI) are the latest examples of Bidenomics failing Americans. For many, the supermarket is a painful experience (much worse than gas stations) as prices for everyday necessities remain elevated while real wages are negative once again. The risk of inflation re-accelerating is even more terrible news for consumers ahead of spring. We penned a note earlier this month titled "Food Inflation Is Not Yet Dead" as commodity prices for cocoa beans, ground...
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The Most Heavily Armed Countries
The Most Heavily Armed Countries
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Kanker en de WHO
Een week geleden kwam de Wereldgezondheidsorganisatie met een schokkende boodschap. Een subagentschap van de WHO het International Agency for Research on Cancer heeft een rapport uitgebracht waarin een toename van […] The post Kanker en de WHO first appeared on Vrijspreker.nl.
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Faith Leaders Have a Lack of Faith
The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers weren’t the only winners and losers on Super Bowl Sunday. According to online gaming industry news site Legal Sports Report, Americans were expected to bet $1.3 billion on the Super Bowl. Thanks to a Supreme Court ruling in 2018 that struck down a federal law prohibiting sports gambling in most states, betting on sports is now legal in thirty-eight states. The states where sports betting remains illegal are Alabama, Alaska, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Utah. Some “faith leaders” want to keep it that way. Greg...
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Assange demonstratie Museumplein
Vanavond was er de Assange demonstratie op het Museumplein. De pers schitterde door afwezigheid. De politieke partijen schitterden door afwezigheid. Alleen de LP en de Piratenpartij waren aanwezig, en Hart […] The post Assange demonstratie Museumplein first appeared on Vrijspreker.nl.
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NL in 2030
Vrijspreker.nl 20-02-2024 10:25
NL in 2030
  The post NL in 2030 first appeared on Vrijspreker.nl.
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Why Burn Books When You Can Bury Them?
Why Burn Books When You Can Bury Them?
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<div>Brace Yourself for What's Coming in 2024</div>
Brace Yourself for What's Coming in 2024
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