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FBI Under Fire: Conservative Agents Targeted?

From FBI bias allegations to the Pentagon’s audit failures, and the rise of checkout-free supermarkets to the Justice Department’s vaccine injury defense, we’re peeling back the layers on some of today’s most intriguing stories.

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The FBI is currently under scrutiny for alleged discrimination against conservative-minded agents, particularly those with military backgrounds. The agency has been accused of targeting agents who fit the profile of a supporter of former President Donald Trump, using indicators such as refusal to wear a mask or get vaccinated against COVID-19, and participation in religious activities. Whistleblower Kyle Seraphin, a former Marine, has provided evidence supporting these allegations, despite the FBI’s denial of any such discriminatory practices. This controversy has raised questions about the agency’s trustworthiness and has drawn criticism from political figures such as Ohio GOP Rep. Jim Jordan.

In a recent video interview, Matt Ho discussed the role of propaganda in shaping public perception of global conflicts, specifically the Ukraine war and the Israel-Palestine conflict. Ho highlighted the biased reporting by major news networks, which often favor Israel in their coverage. Despite this, public opinion polls show declining support for Israel in the United States, with a majority favoring a neutral stance and a ceasefire.

Reflecting on the upcoming 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, a recent article criticized the tendency to dismiss skeptics of official narratives as “conspiracy theorists.” The piece emphasized the importance of questioning those in power and warned against allowing fear to control our lives.

In a discussion about Qortal, a decentralized platform, participants touched on themes of individual freedom, the power of propaganda, and the importance of critical thinking. They also expressed concerns about government control and manipulation, and the limitations of mainstream information sources.

The Pentagon has once again failed its independent annual audit, marking the sixth consecutive year of such failure. The audit highlighted the lack of internal financial control, poor budget estimations, and overspending within the US war department. This has led to significant overspending on projects like the F-35 program and has benefited weapons manufacturers such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, and Northrop Grumman.

In Europe, Austrians are grappling with economic challenges, including shrinkflation and a drop in sales due to the recession. There are also concerns about the push for a digital identity in the European Union, which could lead to potential privacy and freedom issues. Meanwhile, the Austrian police recently thwarted an attempt by weapon smugglers to transport AK-47s to Germany.

In the retail sector, Aldi has opened its first checkout-free supermarket in Greenwich, London. Customers can shop without scanning products and are automatically charged for their purchases once they leave the store. This move is part of a growing trend towards frictionless in-store experiences.

The Justice Department is hiring new attorneys to defend the federal government in anticipated COVID vaccine injury cases. This follows a lawsuit filed in Louisiana by six vaccine-injured plaintiffs seeking to overturn the legal immunity enjoyed by pharmaceutical companies. The current vaccine injury compensation schemes have been criticized as inadequate, with only six people compensated out of over 12,775 COVID injury claims submitted.

Finally, soldiers who were discharged from the Army for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine have received letters on how to rejoin the service. This comes as the Army faces recruitment challenges, having missed its goals by 15,000 soldiers. The vaccine requirement was rescinded in January 2023, and only 43 out of over 8,000 troops who were discharged for vaccine refusal have shown interest in rejoining.


Former Soldiers Forced Out of Army for Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine Receive Instructions on How to Rejoin

"As a result of the rescission of all current COVID-19 vaccination requirements, former soldiers who were involuntarily separated for their refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccination may request a correction of their military records," according to a letter signed by Brig. Gen. Hope Rampy, Army Director of Personnel Management.

Source | Submitted by Mysterymet

Justice Department Hiring Attorneys in Anticipation of Surge in COVID Vaccine Lawsuits

It is not a conspiracy,” says attorney Siri, pointing out the folly of branding his clients “anti-vaxxers” when they actually took the vaccine.

Source | Submitted by Mysterymet

Aldi Opens Checkout-Free Supermarket in London

Aldi has opened its first checkout-free supermarket where people can shop without having to scan a product.

Source | Submitted by dreinmund

Europe Faces Economic Challenges, Grid Strain, and Digital ID Concerns

But it's not too late because we still have to vote on this in the plenary. So what you can do, send your member from your member state an email and tell him or tell her that you are against this tool.

Source | Submitted by Peter926

Pentagon Fails Annual Audit for Sixth Consecutive Year, Highlighting Lack of Financial Control and Overspending

The Pentagon has failed its independent annual audit for the sixth year in a row, as US defense officials could not provide auditors with enough information to form a full accounting evaluation.

Source | Submitted by nickythec

Qortal and Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) Blockchain Offer Alternatives to Centralized Internet and Communication

Qortal is great, works like it should, and has so much more in the pipeline that eventually it will be a true parallel option for those in need (and.. who isn’t?).

Source | Submitted by Slin

60th Anniversary of JFK Assassination Sparks Reflection on Conspiracy Theories

Now it's finally out there in the clown world we inhabit, a lethally dangerous clown world, but a clown world just the same.

Source | Submitted by Slin

Propaganda Campaign for Ukraine War and Israel-Palestine Conflict Exposed in Recent Analysis

The propaganda campaign for the Ukrainian War depended largely on the Democratic Party's demonization of Russia and Vladimir Putin, trying to connect it to Donald Trump and the Republican Party. What we're seeing with Israel and Palestine goes back even farther, is even deeper, and has very real roots within American society.

Source | Submitted by Slin

FBI Accused of Targeting Conservative Military Veterans, Refuses to Remove Article

The FBI has allegedly asked the Times to take the article down, but the outlet has refused to do so.

Source | Submitted by Walberga

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