9 Jul 2022

UK to train up to 10,000 Ukrainian troops for war against Russia
Some 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers will be trained in Defense Ministry sites and military bases across the United Kingdom in the upcoming months, BBC reported on Saturday morning. The UK training program, which Defense Secretary Ben Wallace reportedly described as “the next phase in the UK’s support for Ukraine amid the Russian invasion,” will see around 1,050 UK service members aim to train the 10,000-odd Ukrainian military personnel in 120 days.

“Shockingly Naive”: Bloomberg’s Tom Keene Wrecks Biden Official Over Absurd Gas-Price Blame-Game
Unsatisfied with her bullshit, host Tom Keene held her feet to the fire – asking “You didn’t answer his important question – everyone in the nation wants to know the answer to the question Mr. Farro just asked you, which is ‘who is advising the president on shockingly naive price theory over a gallon of gas.’

Pompeo: Radical Bill Will Help ‘Lure & Bribe States’ Into Enforcing The Left’s ‘Woke Curricula In Our Schools’
the Biden Administration has sought to inject its radical progressive agenda into everything the federal government touches. A new bill before Congress, the Civics Secures Democracy Act (CSDA), may give the Biden Administration the resources it needs in order to do this in our nation’s schools. The bill threatens to severely undermine our children’s education by granting billions of dollars to the Biden Administration’s Department of Education, whose stated goal is to push its woke agenda into classrooms and the minds of our children. It references the “1619 Project,”

UK warship seizes advanced Iranian missiles bound for Yemen
A British Royal Navy vessel seized a sophisticated shipment of Iranian missiles in the Gulf of Oman earlier this year, officials said Thursday, pointing to the interdiction as proof of Tehran’s support for Yemen’s Houthi rebels in the embattled country. The British government statement was striking in that it provided some of the strongest findings to date that Tehran is arming the Houthis against the Saudi-led military coalition with advanced weapons smuggled through the Persian Gulf.

US charges two Homeland Security workers in Chinese spying scheme
US prosecutors charged two men tied to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as part of what federal law enforcement officials have called a “transnational repression scheme” on behalf of the Chinese government to spy on and harass dissidents living in the United States. The two charged were Craig Miller, who has worked as a DHS deportation officer for 15 years in Minnesota, and Derrick Taylor, a retired DHS law enforcement agent now working as a private investigator in California, the US Department of Justice said on Thursday.

Putin: If West wants to beat us on the battlefield, let them try
Putin said on Thursday that Russia had barely gotten started in Ukraine and dared the West to try to defeat it on the battlefield. In an ultra-hawkish speech to parliamentary leaders more than four months into the war, Putin said the prospects for any negotiation would grow dimmer the longer the conflict dragged on.

Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe dies in hospital after shooting
Abe, 67, was shot mid-speech in the city of Nara. Israeli PM Lapid issued his condolences soon thereafter, saying Abe was “a friend of Israel.” The suspect in the assassination of Japanese former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has admitted to the shooting, Nara police stated on Friday afternoon. According to the police statement reported by Reuters, security forces are investigating whether security was sufficient at the event where the politician was shot and will take appropriate action. They added that they cannot specify exactly what the motivation of the shooter was.

US’ Blinken challenges G20 to hold Russia accountable for Ukraine war
Antony Blinken on Friday told a meeting of G20 foreign ministers that if the grouping is to remain relevant, it must hold Russia accountable for its actions in Ukraine, a senior US State Department official said. Blinken challenged the member countries to hold Russia accountable and stressed the need to move a global food plan forward,

Israel is hedging between Ankara and Athens
BEHIND THE LINES: Hard choices face Israel in accelerated relationships with Turkey and Greece.

Elon Musk terminates $44 billion Twitter deal
Musk’s lawyers said Twitter had failed or refused to respond to multiple requests for information on fake or spam accounts on the platform that is fundamental to the company’s business.

When the IRS Targeted Jewish Activists
The Jewish target of U.S. government wrath in the 1940s was the Bergson Group, a political action committee led by Peter Bergson (Hillel Kook), a Zionist emissary from Palestine. The group used newspaper advertisements, rallies, and lobbying to press the Roosevelt administration to rescue Jews from the Nazis. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was unhappy—to put it mildly—about those protests.

They Can’t Hide Their HATE for ISRAEL
The PA handed over the bullet that killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to the US for their analysis this week. The US officially found that they could not determine who was responsible for killing Abu Akleh, and then decided that they would blame Israel. Even their official statement doesn’t make sense. It seems clear that America is pandering to the Palestinian Authority in preparation for Biden’s upcoming trip to the middle east.

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh Forced to Escape DC Steakhouse Through Back Due to Protestors
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh exited a Washington, D.C., steakhouse this week through the back door due to protesters, reported Politico.

DHS Agents Spied For China? Charged With Attempts To Suppress Critics Of CCP
at least three other suspects now face official indictments for “acting as Chinese agents” while spying on dissidents and vocal critics of the CCP…

10 reactions to Japan’s Shinzo Abe assassination: Biden ‘stunned,’ Trump calls it ‘bad news for the world’
World leaders reacted with a range of emotions shortly after the assassination of Japan’s former and longest-serving prime minister, Shinzo Abe, Friday morning. Abe died at the age of 67 after he was shot while campaigning for a candidate ahead of national elections.

Large area of northern, eastern US faces severe weather, flash flooding threats through weekend
Severe thunderstorms will pose threats of damaging winds, large hail, flash flooding and even a few tornadoes across a large portion of the northern and eastern U.S. each day through Sunday.

Americans Not Wanting to Serve in the Military 
The Pentagon’s top leaders are now scrambling for ways to find new recruits to fill out the ranks of the all-volunteer military. Woke policies are key to dwindling recruit numbers in all branches of the service.

Twitter ‘Silenced’ Physicians Who Posted Truthful Information About COVID, Lawsuit Alleges
Three physicians are suing Twitter, alleging the company violated its own terms of service and community standards when it suspended their accounts for posting “truthful statements regarding COVID-19 policy, diagnosis and/or treatment.”

Number of Permanently Disabled Americans Spiked After COVID Shots Rollout 
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis runs FRED, a database of economic data that has been tracked since 1991. One of its categories is the U.S. population, aged 16 years and over, with a disability — a population that remained stable from 2016 to 2020, but jumped sharply in early 2021, coinciding with the rollout of COVID-19 injections.

WA School Board Director to Host Gender Classes for Kids Ages 9-12 in Adult Toy Shop
A Washington woman who runs a sex shop wants to bring the kids into her store for a day of learning.

‘Hostile Takeover’ of Global Food System Already in Process, Ice Age Farmer Tells RFK, Jr.
It’s “common knowledge” that we’re headed for a food crisis, said Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. during an interview with agricultural researcher, permaculturalist and author Christian Westbrook on “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast.”

The Georgia Guidestones Have Been Razed to the Ground
..In 1979, a mysterious stranger appeared in the remote town of Elberton, Georgia and ordered the construction of a very imposing granite monument – the Georgia Guidestones.  He introduced himself as R.C. Christian but admitted it was not his real name.  Researchers wondered for decades about his real identity and the real purpose of the Guidestones which he claimed would inspire the “Age of Reason.”

Biden Is Handing Out Crack Pipes Across From A NYC Preschool Filled With 3 And 4 Year Old Children
The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on Joe Biden’s free crack pipe program. The regime denied this was happening despite proof to the contrary.

EXCLUSIVE – UK Gov. admits COVID Vaccine is killing Kids after publishing report proving Vaccinated Children are shocking 30,200% more likely to die than Unvaccinated Children
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has questionably authorised emergency use of both the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA Covid-19 injections for use among children aged 6 months and above despite the UK Government admitting the Covid-19 Vaccine is killing children after it published data via the Office for National Statistics proving children are 82 to 303x more likely to die following Covid-19 vaccination than children who have not had the Covid-19 vaccine.

Elon Musk Terminates Deal To Buy Twitter; Board To Pursue Legal Action
Twitter is in material breach of multiple provisions of that Agreement, appears to have made false and misleading representations upon which Mr. Musk relied when entering into the Merger Agreement, and is likely to suffer a Company Material Adverse Effect.

Biden signs executive order to ‘expand access to abortion’
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order meant to “protect and expand access to abortion” in response to several states banning the controversial procedure after the United States Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade decision.

‘Several hundred thousand’ new COVID cases a day aren’t being reported as hospitalizations keep climbing
New York Times data show test positivity rate at 5-month high as hospitalizations reach fresh 4-month high, even with new cases holding steady

 Trust in news collapses to historic low
Americans’ confidence in newspapers and television news has plummeted to an all-time low, according to the latest annual Gallup survey of trust in U.S. institutions. Why it matters: The erosion of trust in media is one of the most significant signs of deepening polarization in America.