15 Jan 2023

Iran and Syria agree to renew strategic economic arrangement
DAMASCUS — Syria and key ally Iran agreed Saturday to renew an economic strategic arrangement between the two countries as Damascus prepares to welcome Iran’s president in the near future.

At NCAA Convention, Athletes Oppose Trans Intrusion In Women’s Sports
“Today, we intend to personally tell the NCAA to stop discriminating against female athletes by handing them a petition that we have garnered nearly 10,000 signatures on in just a couple of days,” said Gaines.

CDC Says Stroke Concerns Over Pfizer Jab Warrant Investigation
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that data collected on the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine merits an investigation into potential stroke risks for people aged 65 and older.

“Something We Had Never Seen Before” – Unusual Cosmic Explosion Blasts Hole in Established Science
“It was something we had never seen before,” It was a completely different kind of optical signal, one that we associate with a kilonova, the explosion triggered by colliding neutron stars.” The revelation that a kilonova could trigger a long gamma-ray burst rewrites the decades-long paradigm of cosmic explosions … .

Will your next breath be your last? Living in light of eternity
There is a proverb that says, “Boast not about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth.” (Proverbs 27:1) This points to the unexpected situations or events of life that may alter or end our plans. It helps us to put our lives into proper perspective and consider what is most important. … we must ask ourselves where we will spend eternity?”

6G tech could turn humans into walking batteries for their personal electronics
Researchers studying how the next generation of telecommunications technology will work believe that humans wearing low-cost copper coil devices could use a potential sixth generation (6G) telecommunications technology to power their personal electronic devices. While Fifth Generation (5G) telecommunications technology is in its infancy and 6G telecommunications is likely still years away, researchers are trying to conceptualize how the next generation of telecommunications will operate.

If You Thought December’s Arctic Blast Was Bad, Something Much Worse Could Be Barreling Toward America
A blast of arctic weather has Siberia in a deep freeze that some forecasters say could come to North America within a week or so. The Siberian town of Zhilinda hit a low of 79.8 degrees below zero Fahrenheit Tuesday, setting a record for January, according to The Washington Post. … bottom line – #PolarVortex & tropospheric circulation are predicted to become increasingly coupled & supportive of more widespread #cold & #snow across the Northern Hemisphere in coming weeks but the important details are mostly still unknown.

California lashed by fresh rain, snow and wind
A new weather system packing rain, snow and strong winds moved into storm-lashed California on Saturday, the latest in a parade of atmospheric rivers that have wreaked havoc across the state in recent weeks.

‘Embedding Basic Marxist Principles’: Minnesota Teachers Will Be Required to Affirm CRT and Gender Ideology
The state of Minnesota will soon require all teachers to address trans-identified students by their stated gender identity and to embrace controversial ideologies on race.  A new set of “Permanent Rules Relating to Licensing and Academic Standards” for teachers in the state is expected to go into effect on July 1, 2025.

More classified documents found at President Biden’s home
A White House lawyer stated that six pages of classified documents were found in the president’s private library. The White House had said previously that only a single page was found there.

Russian ex-president Medvedev says Japanese PM should disembowel himself
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev accused Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Saturday of shameful subservience to the United States and suggested he should ritually disembowel himself. It was the latest in a long line of shocking and provocative statements from Medvedev, who was once seen as a Western-leaning reformer but has reinvented himself as an arch-hawk since Russia invaded Ukraine last year.

Archaeologists believe they found the temple of Poseidon in Greece
Archaeologists discovered remains of what they believe was the temple of Poseidon near Samikon, Greece, according to a report by Phys on Wednesday. The location where the remains were found corresponds to the area referred to by ancient Greek historian Strabo who described the shrine some 2,000 years ago.

Russia’s Vladimir Putin afraid of coup, will retire in 2023
A source who was close to Putin once claimed that “the president will nominate his chosen heir already this year, instead of risking his downfall,” the British Daily Mail reported on Friday. This comes after the Russian president’s popularity is reportedly in a freefall because of repeated military failures in the war in Ukraine.

Two Islamic Jihad terrorists killed by IDF in shooting attack near Jenin
Two Islamic Jihad terrorists were killed after they opened fire from a passing vehicle at Israeli forces near Jenin, the IDF said. Troops who were conducting counterterrorism activities near the village of Jaba’ were shot at, the military said, adding that they returned fire at the car. The soldiers were not injured.

Israel’s Negev Desert – Past, present and the world-changing future
The Negev Desert takes up two-thirds of Israel’s landmass, but only 10% of its population lives there. Abraham lived in Beersheva, which today is the largest city in the northern Negev, with a population of more than 200,000 people. The Negev Desert is also the only part of Israel where Moses walked.

Atmospheric river event pummels California with flooding, mudslides
Another barrage of atmospheric rivers is impacting California, with effects from heavy rain expected to last through early next week for the West Coast.

EU Invasion: Illegal Migrants Increased by 64% in 2022; Majority are Islamic Men from Syria, Afghanistan, and Tunisia
Approximately 330,000 illegal border crossings into the European Union (EU) were recorded in 2022, the highest figure since the migration crisis of 2016. According to the latest data from EU border agency Frontex, the number of illegal entries into the Union increased 64 percent from the previous year.

U.S. Coast Guard in Florida intercepts hundreds fleeing Cuba and Haiti by sea
Severe storms that spawned tornadoes left behind trails of destruction across the South and were blamed for at least nine deaths on Thursday.  Storm damage was reported in nine states, with Alabama appearing to be the hardest hit during the severe weather outbreak.

FDA No Longer Required to Conduct Animal Tests Before Human Trials For Drugs
A new U.S. law has eliminated the requirement that drugs in development must undergo animal tests before starting human trials.

Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders Terminates All Existing Orders on Covid
Newly-elected Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) on Friday signed an executive order terminating all five existing orders on Covid. “In Arkansas, we will not have mask or vaccine mandates. We will not shut down churches or schools. And we will move beyond COVID.” Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.

Harvard Offering Course About LGBTQ Healthcare For INFANTS
Harvard Medical School is now offering a course about providing LGBT healthcare to infants. The course is titled “Caring for Patients with Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities, and Sex Development.”

Free state of Florida moves to ban tracking of firearms, ammo purchases because it’s no one’s business
Officials in the “free state” of Florida are moving to bar the tracking of gun and ammunition purchases because they say such information isn’t relevant to anything except to provide it to the government at some point, which is unnecessary and none of Uncle Sam’s business.

Deadline Passes For Pfizer To Submit Results Of Post-Vaccination Heart Inflammation Study To US Regulators
The deadline has passed for Pfizer to submit the results of a study exploring the frequency of heart inflammation following receipt of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine.

PURE EVIL: The Lula da Silva regime in Brazil forcibly injects its political enemies with deadly covid “vaccines”
Now that the popular Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been removed from office, a new communist force is rising up to take his place. Bolsonaro had largely resisted much of the medical tyranny that swept the world from 2020 to 2022. He fought back against mandates and vaccine passports, and advocated for medical privacy, body autonomy rights, and proper treatment of Brazilians.

Vaccinated were already dying proportionally more than the unvaccinated up to May last year when the ONS stopped reporting
A few days ago, we published an article that the BBC had reported that the excess deaths during 2022 were the worst in 50 years. For months on end, The Exposé has been analysing the ONS source BBC used to “show unvaccinated people were more likely to die” and that’s how we know the BBC lied when it stated:

Cardiologist calls for suspension of covid injections during BBC interview
Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a UK cardiologist was interviewed by the BBC yesterday morning.  The interview was about the latest NICE recommendations on statins, which Dr. Malhotra did.  He also said “there’s been a big concern around excess deaths … my own research has found … that the covid mRNA vaccines do carry cardiovascular risks. And I’ve actually called for the suspension of this pending an enquiry … This is really time to pause the vaccine rollout.”

UN’s goal to reduce carbon emissions is a scam to enable the rich to become richer off the backs of the poor
One of the goals under the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 plan is Sustainable Development Goal 7 (“SDG7”). We are told that the whole point of “sustainable development” is to mitigate the problems that will supposedly be caused by humanity’s greenhouse gas emissions (“GHG”). This fairy tale has left most people labouring under the illusion that SDG7 energy transition, and the variations on the associated “net zero” policy commitment, will reduce CO2 emissions.  That assumption is wrong.