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Slave Auctions, Chinese Farms, and the CIA with Sugar on Top

Massachusetts teenagers face criminal charges after conducting a mock slave auction, documents reveal the CIA had personnel deployed to DC on Jan 6, a historical review shows the sugar industry funded biased research in the 1960s, a movement in Indiana is pushing back against Chinese ownership of farmland, and more!

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In Southwick, Massachusetts, a group of youths aged 13-14 are facing criminal charges for their involvement in a racially motivated bullying incident. The incident, which included a “mock slave auction” on social media, was reported to authorities by the district attorney. The district attorney has outlined proactive steps to address hate and bullying in schools, including implementing a hate and bullying curriculum, partnering with the attorney general’s office, and establishing a Hate Crimes Awareness Response Team.

In a critique of George Soros and his Open Society initiatives, an author argues that Soros is undermining traditional beliefs and values, drawing parallels with Karl Marx. The author emphasizes the importance of culture and belief systems in shaping nations, and warns against the erosion of personal rights and individualism. The author also raises concerns about the influx of non-Mexican immigrants into the US, and calls for a rebuilding of civilization after the impact of Soros’s influence.

Recently obtained ATF records by Judicial Watch reveal that the CIA deployed personnel to DC on January 6, 2021. The records detail incidents including explosive devices found at DNC and RNC buildings, shots fired, and the evacuation of Congress members. Judicial Watch is currently investigating the events of January 6, including filing a lawsuit on behalf of Ashli Babbitt’s husband.

In the realm of science, a team from Pohang University of Science and Technology has discovered the mechanism behind crossover interference during meiosis. This breakthrough could potentially revolutionize agricultural breeding, leading to faster breeding of crops with desired traits like disease resistance and improved productivity.

A historical review reveals that in the 1960s, the sugar industry funded research to downplay the risks of sugar and emphasize the hazards of fat, influencing scientific debate. The industry aimed to increase sugar consumption by discrediting studies linking sugar to health issues. The authors of the review suggest policymakers give less weight to industry-funded studies and call for further research on sugar’s impact on heart disease.

Lastly, a grassroots movement in Indiana is pushing back against Chinese ownership of American farmland, clashing with state government advocates of global economic development. The Indiana Economic Development Corporation is involved in secretive business deals with Chinese companies worth billions. State legislators have passed a bill to restrict farmland sales to “foreign adversaries,” but amendments have weakened the original proposal. This battle between local opposition and state officials courting Chinese money reflects a broader national resistance to Chinese business dominance in agriculture and farmland ownership.


Grassroots Movement Clashes with State Government Over Chinese Ownership of American Farmland

The American people are rising against Chinese business dominance within their communities, most especially when it comes to agriculture and farmland ownership.

Source | Submitted by mysterymet

Sugar Industry in the 1960s Downplayed Risks of Sugar, New Documents Reveal

“It was a very smart thing the sugar industry did, because review papers, especially if you get them published in a very prominent journal, tend to shape the overall scientific discussion,” co-author Stanton Glantz told The New York Times.

Source | Submitted by bcoop

Revolutionary Breakthrough Unveils Mechanism Behind Crossover Interference During Meiosis

The findings of this research were published on February 20 in Nature Plants, an international journal in the field of life sciences.

Source | Submitted by preppy

Judicial Watch Reveals CIA Deployment of Bomb Techs and Dog Teams in DC on January 6

“These striking records show that CIA resources were deployed in reaction to the January 6 disturbance,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

Source | Submitted by mysterymet

**George Soros Accused of Destroying Civilization and Undermining Culture by Opening Borders, Claims Martin Armstrong**

Soros is absolutely destroying our civilization. The Democrats are cheering this idea of open borders to retain power.

Source | Submitted by bcoop

Youths Facing Charges for Racial Bullying Incident in Southwick, Massachusetts

“I intend to be very clear, hatred and racism have no place in this community. and where this behavior becomes criminal, I will ensure that we act, and act with swift resolve, as we did here to uncover it and bring it to the light of justice,” he said.

Source | Submitted by mysterymet

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