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Putin’s Warning and Criminal Investigations into COVID Vaccines

Putin warns Europe amid tensions, study questions mask efficacy, controversy over COVID vaccines intensifies, economic strategies for 2024 election discussed, and a tragic fire at an Illinois poultry farm claims millions of chickens.

The User's Profile Ivor May 30, 2024
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In a recent development that has heightened tensions between Russia and Europe, Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a stark warning in response to European calls for Ukraine to use Western-supplied weapons to strike targets within Russia. This warning comes amidst Russia’s tactical nuclear drills near Ukraine, raising concerns about the potential for a global conflict. Putin’s comments specifically addressed a new agreement between Ukraine and France involving the deployment of French military trainers to Ukraine, suggesting that such actions edge closer to a direct confrontation between Russia, France, and potentially NATO. The situation underscores the escalating tensions and the apparent lack of negotiation pathways with Moscow, signaling a precarious stance in international relations.

In health news, a new study has cast doubt on the effectiveness of masks in reducing COVID-19 infection rates, particularly with the emergence of the Omicron variant. Analyzing data from 200,000 individuals in the UK, the study found that masks offered no significant protection against infection during the Omicron wave and suggested a potential increase in risk for children. The study’s authors, Dr. Paul Hunter and Julii Brainard, pointed to changes in risk factors, such as vaccination and repeat infections, which may have contributed to the findings. They emphasized that while masks and nonpharmaceutical interventions can delay the spread of epidemics, pharmacological solutions are crucial for reducing morbidity and mortality. This research adds to the ongoing debate about the efficacy of public health measures in managing the pandemic.

Controversy surrounds the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, with Dr. Masanori Fukushima, a senior oncologist from Japan, calling for a criminal investigation into what he describes as “mass genocide” caused by these vaccines. Fukushima criticizes the rapid promotion and global rollout of the vaccines by organizations like the WHO and WEF, citing concerns over “turbo cancers” and excess mortality not solely attributable to pandemic disruptions. He also highlights cases of severe adverse reactions and calls for a reevaluation of the vaccines’ safety and efficacy. Fukushima’s stance reflects a broader skepticism and calls for accountability in the scientific and medical communities regarding the handling of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign.

In political and economic news, the upcoming 2024 election sees discussions on tax policy, economic recovery, and the rebuilding of the middle class taking center stage. A recent interview with Luke Gromen, Nicole Shanahan (running mate to Bobby Kennedy), delves into economic strategy, emphasizing the need for responsible tax policies, addressing healthcare costs, and the potential shift towards using gold or Bitcoin as a neutral reserve asset. The discussion also touches on the challenges posed by America’s debt and the geopolitical implications of current foreign and trade policies. This conversation highlights the complexities of navigating the current economic landscape and the search for sustainable solutions to rebuild and strengthen the middle class in America.

Lastly, a tragic event unfolded in Marion County, Illinois, where a devastating fire at Farina Farms Inc. Poultry Farm resulted in the loss of millions of chickens. The fire, which saw a response from over 15 fire departments, caused significant concern due to the heavy smoke that could be seen for miles. The cause of the fire remains undetermined, but the incident has drawn attention to the vulnerabilities and risks associated with large-scale agricultural operations. This event not only represents a significant loss for the farm but also raises questions about safety standards and emergency preparedness in the agricultural sector.


Putin Warns West of Consequences for Escalation in Europe

They… ‘should be aware of what they are playing with’ as they had small land areas and dense populations.

Source | Submitted by AaronMcKeon

Masks Found Ineffective at Reducing Risk of Infection During Omicron Wave: Study

Masks Found To Be Ineffective After First Omicron Wave: New Study

Source | Submitted by PhilH

Ottawa’s Controversial Push for Secret Network Backdoors Sparks Debate

Ottawa wants the power to create secret backdoors in our networks to allow for surveillance

Source | Submitted by Leebob

Japan Demands Criminal Investigation Into ‘mRNA Genocide’ by Globalist Elites

“It’s serious. It’s essentially murder. In the end, I want to state clearly that this is my view.”

Source | Submitted by Friedrichs_teeth

Luke Discusses Tax Policy, Rebuilding the Middle Class, and the Importance of Free Speech in Podcast Interview

Source | Submitted by rhollenb

Millions of Chickens Killed in Devastating Marion County Poultry Farm Fire

Millions of chickens killed in Marion County 5-alarm fire: Police

Source | Submitted by clayfarmer

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