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Forwarded from LauraAboli (Laura Aboli)
I don’t know what kind of person Putin is, nobody with that kind of power is a saint, and in order to get to where he is he had to go along with the evil globalists; Putin was part of Schwab’s Young Global Leaders. There is no chance in hell he would be President of Russia if he had not played along with their tune.

But somewhere along the line something changed, he stopped playing their song. Putin became a different man. Don’t ask me why or how but he turned around and stuck his middle finger at all of them.

The Ukraine military operation is the ultimate sign that he has told the Davos crowd to “F**k Off!”.

Any enemy of evil by default becomes my friend, so let’s hope Putin gets done what needs to be done.

We will be watching.
Forwarded from LauraAboli (Laura Aboli)
Brilliant! 🤣🤣🤣
Fake Charities Are Spending Millions to Help Democrats Win Elections

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Fake charities such as the Voter Participation Center, State Voices, and the Voter Registration Project siphon tens of millions of dollars every year from billionaires and their charitable foundations to use in ways that the IRS strictly forbids. By abusing their knowledge of racial demographic voting trends and enormous microtargeted voter databases, these groups can ensure they only register people likely to vote for Democrats and function as tax-exempt Democratic…

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Bannon's War Room: The Plot Against the King, Watermelon Heads, and the Truth


Steve and I recently sat down to talk about my new book Plot Against the King, Watermelon Head Schiff and much more...

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Swedish Submarine Rescue Ship Heads To Investigate Pipeline Sabotage


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<a href="">Media</a>Magnus Bäck via WikimediaThe Swedish Navy is deploying a submarine rescue ship capable of carrying out specialized deep-diving missions as part of its ongoing response to <a href="">the all-but-certain sabotage</a> of the two Nord Stream underwater gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea <a href="">last week</a>. Authorities in Sweden separately said that there looked to be a curious and unexplained increase in gas flowing out a breach in one of the pipelines, despite expectations that the contents of both lines would have entirely escaped by this point. Russia, <a href="">which has denied implications</a> that it was responsible for the apparent attacks and has accused the West without evidence of carrying them out, now says that a portion of the Nord Stream 2 line may still be operable.Swedish Navy Capt. Jimmie Adamsson <a href="">told the Associated Press</a> earlier today that a submarine rescue ship would join elements of the country’s Coast Guard that have been monitoring the gas bubbling to the surface from the ruptured pipelines and helping ensure vessels can safely navigate through the area since last week. Though the submarine rescue ship was not named, Sweden’s Navy only has one vessel dedicated to this mission, the HSwMS Belos.HSwMS Belos was originally built in the Netherlands as an offshore support vessel before the Swedish Navy purchased it in 1992 and converted it into a submarine rescue platform. The ship, which has <a href="">since received additional upgrades</a>, can employ deep-diving remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and deploy <a href="">the rescue submersible URF</a>, among other capabilities. As such, the ship is ideally suited for supporting various deep-water salvage and other similar activities, in addition to carrying out submarine rescue operations.The Associated Press’s report <a href="">said it was unclear</a> at this time whether the HSwMS Belos might immediately begin any kind of underwater survey after arriving at the site of the pipeline breaches, but Swedish authorities <a href="">have launched an investigation</a> into the incidents. It’s hard to see any other reason for deploying this ship in this context and there is a clear need to get close-up looks at the pipelines and the surrounding areas of the seabed to do any real investigating.At present, what is known is that at least four separate breaches in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines – two in each pipeline – were detected last week after a series of large underwater explosions were recorded. All of the ruptures occurred in international waters. However, two of them affected sections of the pipelines that lie in areas within Sweden’s declared Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in the Baltic Sea, while the other pair is situated inside Denmark’s EEZ.Danish…
Turkey Launches 300-Foot Warship For Ukraine, Won’t Arrive Until 2024


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<a href="">Media</a>The Ada-class corvette Hetman Ivan Mazepa was launched in Turkey on Sunday. Olena Zalenksa Facebook pageA Turkish Ada class corvette eventually bound for Ukraine was launched Sunday at the RMK Marine shipyard in Istanbul Turkey during a ceremony attended by Olena Zelenksa, wife of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.While Ukrainian officials are lauding the launch, the corvette – which <a href="">Zelensky last year named Hetman Ivan Mazepa</a> in honor of Ivan Stepanovych Mazepa, a <a href="">Ukrainian Cossack</a> military leader – will not be delivered until at least 2024, <a href="">according to Zelensky’s official website</a>. There are also questions as to the relevancy of such a large ship not just under the current circumstances — Ukraine’s Navy is basically decimated — but even when they do finally arrive.Had the honor of launching the “Hetman Ivan Mazepa” corvette. Its name was chosen in 2021 by the President <a href="">@ZelenskyyUa</a>. Built in Turkey, it will serve Ukraine and will be the first ship of its kind in our Navy. Wishing fair wind, success and victories only! <a href=""></a>— Олена Зеленська (@ZelenskaUA) <a href="">October 2, 2022</a>When finished, the Hetman Ivan Mazepa is expected to be a 2,400-ton displacement, 300-foot-long vessel capable of a top speed of 29 knots with a range of about 3,500 nautical miles at 15 knots. It has a hangar and deck for a helicopter and UAVs.Categorized as anti-submarine corvettes, Ada class vessels “are designed to conduct operations in the coastal zone. They are capable of conducting anti-submarine warfare and patrolling in the open sea,” according to <a href="">Zelensky’s official website</a>.Ukraine’s First Lady “became the godmother of the ship,” Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov said in a Tweet. “With a ship like this, our Black and Azov seas will be safe. P.S. The future base port is Ukrainian Sevastopol.”Corvette "Hetman Ivan Mazepa" of the <a href="">@UA_NAVY</a> was launched!<a href="">@ZelenskaUA</a> became the godmother of the ship.
It is being built in 🇹🇷 and will serve 🇺🇦. With a ship like this, our Black and Azov seas will be safe.
P.S. The future base port is Ukrainian Sevastopol. <a href=""></a>— Oleksii Reznikov (@oleksiireznikov) <a href="">October 2, 2022</a>A two-ship deal was signed in 2020 for $256 million, well before Russia launched its all-out invasion on Feb. 24 of this year, but after Russia captured three Ukrainian warships <a href="">in the Sea of Azov in November 2018</a>.At the time the deal was signed, there was a plan for outfitting the ships with armaments, air defense systems, radars and other sensors, <a href="">according to…
North Korea Fires Missile Over Japan For First Time In Five Years


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<a href="">Media</a>North Korea launched an apparent ballistic missile over Japan Tuesday morning Tokyo time. NHK World via Twitter/KCNAThe Japanese government warned people to seek shelter Tuesday morning Tokyo time after North Korea launched what appeared to be a ballistic missile that flew over the island nation and landed in the Pacific Ocean.The “likely ballistic missile” launched by North Korea “flew over Japan and landed in the Pacific Ocean,” the Japanese Prime Minister’s office said, according to the <em>Washington Post.</em>Per Japanese Prime Minister Office, the likely ballistic missile missile launched by North Korea flew over Japan and landed in the Pacific Ocean.— Michelle Ye Hee Lee (@myhlee) <a href="">October 3, 2022</a>Before the missile landed, the Japanese government issued a warning to residents that the target was potentially Hokkaido and urged people to “seek shelter immediately…Please evacuate to the inside of a building or go to a basement.”<a href="">#BREAKING</a>: Japan says North Korea has launched a missile, warns people to seek shelter immediately.

Message running on local TV: "North Korea appears to have launched a missile. Please evacuate to the inside of a building or go to the basement. Target area: Hokkaido" <a href=""></a>— Moshe Schwartz (@YWNReporter) <a href="">October 3, 2022</a>ALERT: The Japanese government is warning that North Korea appears to have launched at least one ballistic missile. There's a possibility it's heading toward Japan. The government is urging everyone in the country to monitor news media. <a href=""></a>— U.S. Embassy Tokyo, ACS (@ACSTokyo) <a href="">October 3, 2022</a>This launch marks Pyongyang’s fifth in 10 days, according to <em>Reuters</em>, “amid military muscle-flexing by the United States and South Korea, which staged trilateral anti-submarine exercises last week with Japanese naval forces.”While North Korea often fires missiles when its leader Kim Jong Un is agitated or wants attention, this appears to be the first time since 2017 that one has overflown Japan.Map showing the previous tests that have overflown the Japanese archipelago. This would be the first one since September 2017 though. <a href=""></a>— Oliver Alexander (@OAlexanderDK) <a href="">October 3, 2022</a>On Sept. 14, 2017, North Korea conducted its longest downrange ballistic missile test to date with a provocative <a href="">launch over Japan</a>, showing it has at least the range to hit the U.S. Pacific Ocean <a href="">territory of Guam</a>. The incident came after the United Nations Security Council hit the increasingly isolated country with the toughest sanctions to date.On that date, the North Koreans fired what appeared to be a <a href="">Hwasong-12</a> intermediate-range ballistic missile. It reached a maximum altitude of approximately almost 480 miles and traveled a total distance of around 2,300 miles, over the…
Again we ask, just WHERE are the biohazard bins for disposing of such contraptions that are being used to make you a compliant puppet???

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🇨🇳 A new mask in China starts to gain traction on Chinese social media. It lets Chinese people take daily PCR tests without the need to take off their masks.
Ukraine Situation Report: Breakthrough In Kherson


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<a href="">Ukraine Tank</a>Via TwitterRussian lines in the Kherson region, which has been a scene of fierce fighting as of late, are being compromised by <a href="">rapidly advancing Ukrainian units,</a> including those sporting heavy armor. The counteroffensive has reportedly liberated a number of towns that make up parts of the four areas Russian President Vladimir Putin has been in the process of illegally annexing through <a href="">sham referendums</a> held over the past couple of weeks. The lower house of Russia’s parliament, or Duma, has now written the results of these heavily manipulated elections into annexation treaties, which will be reviewed by the upper house tomorrow, claiming that the Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, and Luhansk territories now belong to Russia. However, it is now widely reported that Russian lines near Kherson and Luhansk especially are facing heavy pressure.Ukrainian tanks advancing in the south and engaging targets. <a href=""></a>— Rob Lee (@RALee85) <a href="">October 4, 2022</a>Russian pages are sounding the alarm about Kherson. One says Russian forces have fallen back to Dudchany, another says the situation could soon become critical, another says Ru forces need to prepare for urban warfare and that Ukraine is hitting their lines where they are weak. <a href=""></a>— Rob Lee (@RALee85) <a href="">October 2, 2022</a>The Russian line has collapsed in the north of Kherson region. The invaders are retreating to try to hold Dudchany. Advancing Ukrainian troops are chasing to give them no time to dig in. <a href=""></a>— Michael MacKay (@mhmck) <a href="">October 2, 2022</a>Russian occupation official Vladimir Saldo on the situation in Kherson:

“It’s tense, let’s put it that way"— Samuel Ramani (@SamRamani2) <a href="">October 3, 2022</a>Images of Ukrainian flags having been raised in villages like Lyubymivka and Myroliubivka in the Kherson region have emerged, further supporting the claims that Ukrainian forces have begun taking these areas back. Since this summer, Ukrainian forces have been choking Russian supply lines leading into Kherson and striking bridges across the Dnipro (Dnieper) river using U.S.-supplied <a href="">High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS)</a> to limit enemy access to the region. Because of these efforts, Ukraine has reportedly now been successful in liberating the region’s Arkhanhelske, Khreshchenivka, Mykhalivka, and Novovorontsovka villages as well.📷🇺🇦 Ukrainian flag raised in Lyubymivka, <a href="">#Kherson</a> Oblast. Just a confirmation that the settlement is under Ukrainian control.<a href="">#UkraineRussiaWar</a> <a href=""></a>— (@Militarylandnet) <a href="">October 3, 2022</a>Servicemen of the 128th Mountain Assault Brigade raising the Ukrainian flag in the recently…
Russia’s “Nuclear Train” Is Not Necessarily What The Media Is Portraying It To Be


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<a href="">Media</a>via Twitter / capture via VKImagery has emerged on social media recently that shows one or more Russian trains carrying a number of rare 4×4 BPM-97 Vystrel light armored vehicles fitted with turrets armed with 30mm cannons. The movement of the BPM-97s has garnered unique interest as they may be associated with the Russian military’s 12th Main Directorate, which oversees the country’s nuclear arsenal. These observations come amid growing threats from Russian President Vladimir Putin and other officials in Russia about the <a href="">potential use of nuclear weapons</a> as <a href="">Ukrainian forces continue regaining territory</a>. As such, they <a href="">seem to have led</a> to <a href="">some startling headlines</a> that <a href="">seem unsubstantiated</a>. The fact is that while such a deployment could very well point to a more ominous nuclear operation in the works, there are many other reasons, some of them glaring, for such a movement, in addition to just normal training operations.A video and a picture of what may be the same train carrying the BPM-97s, as well as other trucks, first appeared online yesterday, but it’s not immediately clear where or when it was taken. Geolocation of the video by open-source intelligence enthusiasts appears to show that it was taken in Sergiyev Posad, a Russian city northeast of Moscow, and that the train itself was moving in a southwesterly direction. Though we cannot say with absolute certainty that the still picture is of the same train as is seen in the video, it seems very possible as the same types of vehicles are visible in both.Kamaz-43269 Vystrel, with BM-30D combat module turret, 30mm 2A42 cannon, 7.62mm PKT and an automatic grenade launcher, these are pretty rare, first time they will be used in Ukraine, if they’re going there, unsure on location. <a href=""></a>— AFV_Rec (@AFVRec_) <a href="">October 2, 2022</a>Another train with military equipment going to the front by rail somewhere in central Russia.

At first glance, there is nothing special about it. But upon closer examination, you can see KamAZ-43269 "Shot" standing on the platforms with combat modules "Spoke". <a href=""></a>— Masno (@NovichokRossiya) <a href="">October 2, 2022</a><a href="">@GeoConfirmed</a> <a href="">#geolocation</a>
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Sergiyev Posad, Russia <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a>— Bazinga (@Bazinga00264477) <a href="">October 3, 2022</a>The initial variant of <a href="">the BPM-97</a>, also known as the KAMAZ-43269, was developed in…
Forwarded from Jordan Sather
In a letter published today, The American Medical Association is asking Big Tech and the DOJ to censor and suppress people who question gender surgeries for minors.

They say public criticism is disinformation.
Forwarded from General Flynn ️
We’re still in recovery mode after Hurricane Ian. My family & I want to thank everyone for their support & especially prayers. We live in Englewood, Florida that got hit by the brunt of the storm. Five hours straight of CAT4 winds. Many homes destroyed but neighbors all engaged as are the first responders (we thank them everyday). Internet intermittent, power intermittent & water is still scarce but starting to return to select areas. Again, we thank everyone & definitely count our blessings 🙏🏼🇺🇸
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