NEWS: JUNE 27 – 2022

 

 

 

 

Is the Establishment Chatter of ‘Disease X’ a Prelude For a Looming, New Global Pandemic?

 

 

The new stench wafting in the air of an otherwise relatively pleasant and peaceful spring and summer is “Disease X.” As of present, the chatter is still light, but over the course of the last month, and more so the last week, the topic is showing the same kind of pattern one normally sees when looking at the many crypto ponzi schemes right as their token prices are set to quintuple.

Then, the public relations army begins a systematic campaign of trumpeting, and all the dead money retail investors are brought in to donate their family’s generational wealth as they gamble to get rich quick.

In the end, the result is always the same: ordinary people get rugged and are left paying the tab while the ones driving the machinations buy another yacht.

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

 

 

Pro-Abortion Domestic Terrorists Smash Up Portland Liberal Democrat Pregnancy Center

 

 

A domestic terrorism strike connected to ongoing protests against the recent Supreme Court overturning of Roe v Wade has struck a Portland pregnancy center run by self-identified pro-choice, liberal-leaning Democrat voters.

However, pregnancy centers are not viewed in a positive light by pro-abortion extremists, regardless of a proclaimed political affiliation that should, in theory, have them seeing eye to eye.

Mother and Child Education Center was smashed up on the night of June 25 as Portland Antifa and other black-clad far left militants went on a predictable vandalism rampage.

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

 

 

 

Facebook and Instagram have begun promptly removing posts that offer abortion pills to women who may not be able to access them following a Supreme Court decision that stripped away constitutional protections for the procedure.

Such social media posts ostensibly aimed to help women living in states where preexisting laws banning abortion suddenly snapped into effect on Friday. That’s when the high court overruled Roe v. Wade, its 1973 decision that ruled access to abortion a constitutional right.

Link: NEWS MAX

 

 

 

 

Tech companies in Japan and other countries have been sniffing out ways to reunite lost dogs with their owners, developing AI that can identify these precious pooches based on no more than images of their noses.

Much like a human fingerprint, a dog’s so-called nose print is unique and stays the same even as the animal ages. Tokyo-based startup S’more and others have been tapping that quality in apps they say make it easier to recover dogs should they go missing, giving owners some welcome peace of mind.

Link: NIKKEI ASIA

 

 

 

Three retired U.S. military officers—LTG Thomas McInerney, USAF; MG Paul Vallely, U.S. Army; and Colonel Andrew O’Meara Jr., U.S. Army—signed a letter authored by “Concerned Graduates of West Point and The Long Gray Line,” protesting against mandatory vaccinations, CRT classes, sanitary conditions, progressive political activism, and other “woke actions,” in the military academy.

“The Long Gray Line” refers to the continuum of graduates United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

Beginning in May extreme weather sweeps across China, causing damage to people’s property. Many provinces in the north, and east of China have experienced savage hailstorms in early summer.

An eastern coastal province of China, Zhejiang Province was hit by hailstorms on June 24. Hail with a diameter of over 1 inch  has been reported  in many locations, including Haishu District, Jiangbei District, Yinzhou District, and other places in Ningbo city.

People posted videos showing the hailstones of many sizes, some of them as big as eggs.

Link: THE BL

 

 

 

To implement the zero covid policy, Shanghai closed the city for three months and did not allow people to circulate or conduct business. On June 1, the Shanghai government announced that the whole city was now unlocked. However, the joy did not last long; most of Shanghai fell into a freeze, and restaurants were not open as usual.

According to Deutsche Welle, restaurants can only sell takeaway, but the number of customers remains low. Many restaurant owners in Shanghai are forced to violate the policy to save themselves and cut their losses, and they are illegally opening to accommodate dine-in customers.

Link: THE BL

 

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