Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. – John 8.44

“I will make those who are of the synagogue of Satan, who claim to be Jews though they are not, but are liars—I will make them come and fall down at your feet and acknowledge that I have loved you.” Rev 3.9

“I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.” Rev. 2.9

"But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come." Matthew 3:7

“For he is not a Jew who is one outwardly, nor is circumcision that which is outward in the flesh. But he is a Jew who is one inwardly; and circumcision is that which is of the heart, by the Spirit, not by the letter; and his praise is not from men, but from God.” – Romans 2:28-29

"I and my Father are one,[31] Then the Jews took up stones again to stone him. JOHN 10:30-31

For you, brothers and sisters, became imitators of the churches of God in Christ Jesus that are in Judea, for you suffered the same things from your own compatriots as they did from the Jews, who killed both the Lord Jesus and the prophets, and drove us out; they displease God and oppose everyone by hindering us from speaking to the Gentiles so that they may be saved. Thus they have constantly been filling up the measure of their sins; but God’s wrath has overtaken them at last. - Thessalonians 2:14-16

GOD cursed the Satanic Jews out of Jerusalem for life. Jesus arrived and focused on Jerusalem because it was the most unholy, evil, place on earth... still is today.

The Nomadic Turks (ashkeNAZIS) have been behind all the Evil in the world since Cain's children... using their News Networks to create the News, and set the stage, to blame their opponents, for everything evil they do, across the globe.

Jewish Communist Dictum:- "Accuse the enemy of those crimes you are guilty of"


The Elite Jews create the illness, then sell the Cure. They create Chaos & Terrorism, then sell the solution... for more control and power.

Islam and Christianity have become servants of the Jews. Acting as physical and spiritual cattle for the Jews to harvest in building their Global Satanic Kingdom.

If I converted to Buddhism, does that make me Chinese? If I converted to Hinduism, does that make me Indian? When Khazarians (Turks) converted to Judaism in 740 BC and stole the true Semite Israelite Aegean identity, did that make the counterfeit Jews Hebrew? Well, the Jew World Order seems to think so. They crucified Jesus Christ for exposing them.

The invention of the Muslim Terrorist by our Jewish Governments... to keep us in fear, and to justify raping the World, and slaughtering billions of innocent families in every country for power and control...for their 2 horned Gods.

Every Religion Church and Mosque has been infiltrated by the Jews. How do you know? ... if your Church has not discussed the below phrases by Christ... then it has been compromised.

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New Zealand Preacher and Author Barry Smith explains the Jewish Satanic symbolism

Palestinians in the besieged enclave ready themselves for the Muslim holy month

Palestinians in the besieged enclave ready themselves for the Muslim holy month [Mohammed Asad/MEMO]

READ: Israel announces measures to ease Palestinian life during Ramadan Source

Chinese Nationals Keep Getting Kidnapped in Thailand And It’s a Weird Mystery

A 62-year-old Chinese man and his Thai interpreter were abducted only meters away from his Bangkok residence earlier this month, then held for hours while their kidnappers demanded cryptocurrency payments.

The abduction, which is said to have taken place on March 10, came to light on Monday after the interpreter, identified in local media as Namsee Sae Lee, filed a police report. An ensuing police investigation identified four immigration officers suspected to be behind the extortion.

The scandal comes amid reports of Thai immigration officers partaking in fraud and the kidnappings of at least three other Chinese nationals in the country over the past week.

On the day of the abduction, the pair had gone to Bangkok’s Chaengwattana government complex to renew the Chinese man’s visa and passport, the interpreter told police this week.

However, his documents were rejected by the immigration office. As the interpreter and the Chinese national returned to his residence in Bangkok’s Din Daeng district, they were kidnapped by five men who had parked outside his house and claimed to be police.

The abductors forced them into a car and drove them around for about five hours while extorting cryptocurrency from the Chinese national, threatening him with forgery charges for using a fake Thai identity card. According to some local reports, they initially demanded 10 million baht ($293,000) in Tether, a cryptocurrency pegged to the U.S. dollar. Other reports said they had asked for 60,000 Tether.

The abducted man negotiated the payment down to 30,000 Tether and was released after the payment was made.

On Wednesday, Thailand’s national police chief Damrongsak Kittiprapas called for the investigation to be expedited. Police are also looking into the Thai identity card held by the Chinese national, who left the country following the incident.

Four immigration police bureau officers have been linked to the case, according to authorities. Arrest warrants were issued for the officers, who have been suspended from the police force. Three of the officers—Sorawit Inlab, Suriya Rukkhachart, and Peerasak Yimpaiboon—were taken into custody at Din Daeng police station in Bangkok on Tuesday night. They denied involvement in the abduction. The fourth officer, Jiraphat Boonnam, remains at large, deputy national police chief Surachate Hakparn said on Wednesday, adding that they expect the officer to turn himself in.

The Thai officers face multiple charges, including collusion in illegal detention, coercion, and abuse of authority, Surachate added. Authorities are also looking for another suspect who is believed to have assisted in the kidnapping.

The case comes just one month after authorities identified over 100 immigration officers—spread across the bureaucratic hierarchy—who were helping foreigners, including Chinese nationals involved in criminal syndicates, to stay illegally in Thailand by forging official documents and issuing illegal visas. Surachate said they were launching a thorough investigation into the visa racket.

The immigration officers’ arrests also come amid a string of abductions of Chinese nationals in Thailand this week.

On Wednesday, two Chinese nationals returned home in the central coastal town of Pattaya after going missing for two days. The husband of 33-year-old San Qi Qiang, who was kidnapped along with her 50-year-old brother-in-law, told police they were taken from their vehicle on Monday morning. The two were released after San’s husband paid a ransom to their abductors.

Police have since arrested a Chinese suspect in San’s abduction at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, but failed to apprehend another suspect who is believed to have flown to Shanghai on Tuesday.

Last week, police also arrested Chinese nationals at the Thai-Cambodia border of Aranyaprathet for kidnapping another Chinese woman. The suspects are currently detained in Bangkok for allegedly luring the woman into a van before demanding ransom in Tether.

After they successfully extorted 8,014 Tether and 250,000 yuan ($36,700) from her, they also forced her boyfriend to transfer an additional 50,000 Tether to them. After they received the funds, they dropped her off somewhere in Bangkok the next morning.

When contacted by VICE World News by phone about the series of kidnapping incidents, Royal Thai Police spokesperson Archayon Kraithong said they were “doing everything [they] can.”

“We cannot say much about this. I have no comment,” he said.

Caleb Quinley contributed reporting.

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Cancer ‘Awakens’ and Spreads While People Sleep

The spread of cancer cells follows a distinct time pattern. At what time of day do cancer cells spread the fastest? Scientists have found the answer: It is when people are sound asleep at night.
A Major Culprit of Cancer Metastasis
Over the past decade, cancer metastasis has been a major focus of clinical cancer research.
According to a 2021 study published in Signal Transduction and Targeted Therapy, metastasis is the most lethal aspect of cancer. For example, the earliest stage of breast cancer has a nearly 100 percent chance of survival within five years; however, when breast cancer metastasizes to other places such as the lungs and bones, the survival rate plummets to around 30 percent. Deaths due to cancer metastasis account for more than 90 percent of cancer-related deaths…. Source

Janet Yellen’s Remarks See First Republic’s Stock Tumbling

First Republic Bank, which has suffered significant losses since the onset of the banking crisis on March 8, saw its stock tank by 15 percent due to market concerns around the fate of the bank’s deposits. The chances of a full deposit insurance program being introduced by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) still hang in the balance, as confirmed by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Wednesday during a hearing of the U.S. Senate’s Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services.
The secretary sent mixed signals to the market, refusing to commit to a blanket bailout while supporting legislative efforts to extend deposit insurance beyond $250,000 per account…. Source

Muslim world facing historic test over Al-Aqsa Mosque: IUMS

Secretary-General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Ali Qaradaghi [wikipedia]

Secretary-General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Ali Qaradaghi, said yesterday that the Muslim world is facing an historic test withh regards Al-Aqsa Mosque and the attacks by Israeli occupation forces. Speaking to Al-Resalah newspaper, Qaradaghi said: "The chaos and provocation of the Israeli occupation and its settler groups at Al-Aqsa Mosque put Arabs and Muslims ahead of a real historic test." He said that the "deadly calls made by the Israeli Jewish settlers to increase raids of Al-Aqsa Mosque aim to judaise the area leading to the complete demolition of the holy site in order to build their alleged temple." Qaradaghi stated that "the demolition of Al-Aqsa Mosque has become the clearest demand of the aggressive Israeli government which exploits the weakness of some Arab states or the conspiracy of others against the […] Source

Turkiye president to break fast with earthquake survivors

Turkish President and Leader of the Justice and Development (AK) Party, Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, Turkiye on March 15, 2023 [Esra Hacioğlu Karakaya/Anadolu Agency]

In a sign of solidarity, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will today break his fast with the survivors of the double earthquakes that devastated the country in February. Erdogan will visit the governorate of Kahramanmaras, the epicentre of the devastating earthquakes, to inspect the progress of the reconstruction process there, according to the Anadolu Agency. During the visit, Erdogan will meet with survivors and join them for the break fast – iftar – meal on the first day of Ramadan. The earthquakes claimed the lives of more than 50,000 people in Turkey, in addition to causing massive material damage. Erdogan plans to visit all the eleven provinces affected by the earthquakes throughout the month of Ramadan to meet with survivors. On […] Source

Amnesty: More than 200,000 people demand end of Israeli apartheid

An Israeli bulldozer demolishes a Palestinian agricultural piece of land in area "C", in the West Bank town of Hebron, on August 25, 2021 [HAZEM BADER/AFP via Getty Images]

More than 200,000 people have signed a petition calling for putting an end to the demolition of Palestinian homes as a first step towards dismantling apartheid, Amnesty International said yesterday. The rights group's petition, named Demolish Apartheid, Not Palestinian Homes, is addressed to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and has been signed by people in at least 174 countries. The petition was submitted to the Israeli occupation authorities on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This day commemorates the murder of 69 peaceful anti-apartheid protesters at the hands of South African police on 21 March 1960. "Israel's discriminatory planning policies and systematic destruction of Palestinian homes exemplify the racism at the heart of its cruel system of apartheid," Heba Morayef, regional director for the Middle East and North Africa at […] Source

Netanyahu: Israel will not build new settlements in vacated West Bank sites

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem [MENAHEM KAHANA/POOL/AFP via Getty Images]

After condemnation from the US, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government backed down from a plan to return to four abandoned illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank, news agencies reported yesterday. Early this week, the Israeli Knesset passed the second and third readings of a bill to allow Israeli settlers to resettle in four illegal settlements in the Occupied West Bank. The US was among a number of international blocs and organisations to strongly criticise the plan. The US State Department summoned Israeli Ambassador Mike Herzog for clarification on the decision. "The decision of the Knesset to cancel parts of the Disengagement Law brings to an end discriminatory and humiliating legislation that prevented Jews from living in areas of the northern West Bank," a statement from Netanyahu's office […] Source

Thailand’s Election Is Filled With These Controversial Characters. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Voters are finally gearing up for Thailand’s general election, set to take place on May 14, after months of speculation. On Monday, Thailand’s parliament was dissolved, setting the stage for a showdown mainly between military-backed conservatives and their pro-democracy opponents.

As 52 million eligible voters head to the polls in May, they’ll be voting in the first election since a huge wave of pro-democracy protests hit Thailand in 2020. The youth-led movement rallied against the military-backed government and soon grew to demand reforms to Thailand’s monarchy, a notoriously untouchable institution with far-reaching political powers.

Taking center stage in this election, according to experts, is a vote on the incumbent pro-military government, which has controlled the country for nearly a decade and is led by Prayut Chan-o-cha.

“The election is shaping up to be a more narrow referendum on Prayut’s tenure,” Napon Jatusripitak, a researcher at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, a Singapore-based research center for Southeast Asian politics, told VICE World News.

“It fundamentally boils down to whether Prayut stays or goes,” he said.

Below, a look at the main contenders this election.

United Thai Nation Party

Once backed by the junta-linked Palang Pracharath Party, military chief-turned-prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is now running for office under the newly formed United Thai Nation Party, which he joined in January.

Prayut first seized power in a 2014 military coup and retained his prime ministerial position after a controversial 2019 election tilted in favor of Palang Pracharath. But having spent nine years on the job, he will only be allowed to serve another two years if chosen as prime minister, after a 2017 constitutional amendment imposed a term limit.

Military chief-turned-prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is now running for office under the newly formed United Thai Nation Party. Photo: Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP

Military chief-turned-prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is now running for office under the newly formed United Thai Nation Party. Photo: Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP

But reaching the term limit may be the least of Prayut’s concerns, as the prime minister’s popularity trails behind his more progressive rivals this election. According to the latest survey by the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Prayut ranked third as the public’s choice for prime minister, behind Move Forward Party leader Pita Limjaroenrat and Pheu Thai’s Paetongtarn Shinawatra.

Prayut remains the favorite conservative candidate in parts of the country, especially the deep south, where a decadeslong conflict has been simmering. Another NIDA poll in February saw Prayut listed as the top choice among voters in the region.

But that might be where his popularity ends.

“It’s an uphill battle for him,” Napon said. “We do not see Prayut as someone who still claims the mandate of the conservative establishment.”

Complicating Prayut’s quest for conservative votes is his former close colleague, Prawit Wongsuwan, who leads the military-aligned Palang Pracharath Party—which nominated Prayut as its candidate for prime minister in 2019—after a secretive falling out between the two generals.

Like Prayut, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit represents one of the country’s most prominent conservative forces. But unlike Prayut, Prawit appears to be rebranding himself as someone more open to communicating with those across the political spectrum. In a series of recent Facebook posts elaborating on his campaign promises, the ex-general said that “the country can only move forward with democratic governance.”

“I’ll respect the majority voice, but I’ll open my heart to listen to the minority who have knowledge, capability, and good intentions for the country,” he wrote.

Pheu Thai

The main opponent facing off against the conservative establishment is Paetongtarn Shinawatra, who has been established as a favorite in the coming election.

The 36-year-old is the expected prime ministerial candidate for the Pheu Thai Party, an incarnation of the Thai Rak Thai Party founded by her father and former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was ousted in a coup in 2006. Her aunt Yingluck Shinawatra, who was also elected as prime minister in 2011, was similarly ousted in a 2014 military coup staged by Prayut and his team. Both Thaksin and Yingluck live in exile after fleeing corruption charges that have been labeled by some analysts as politically motivated.

Paetongtarn Shinawatra, youngest daughter of former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, gestures during the Pheu Thai party's annual meeting in Bangkok in April. Photo: Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

Paetongtarn Shinawatra, youngest daughter of former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, gestures during the Pheu Thai party's annual meeting in Bangkok in April. Photo: Manan VATSYAYANA / AFP

The Pheu Thai Party positions itself as a progressive alternative to Prayut’s government. Experts say that Pheu Thai, which shares the same working class voter base as its predecessors, has found massive popularity through family legacy and a pro-democracy campaign platform.

Though new to the political scene, Paetongtarn remains a hot favorite. This week, Paetongtarn topped the pre-election poll for prime minister candidates, with 38 percent of 2,000 respondents saying they would back her in the election—more than double the next best candidate, Move Forward Party Leader Pita Limjaroenrat.

“She is the daughter of the most popular and controversial politician,” Pitch Pongsawat, who heads the government department at the political science faculty at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, told VICE World News, pointing to the family’s track record of fulfilling grassroots-centered policies.

“It gives confidence to the pro-Thaksin voter and elite to [vote for the] Pheu Thai Party even though they have been ousted out of power for more than eight years.”

The political winds still appear to be blowing in Pheu Thai’s favor. In May last year, Pheu Thai candidate Chadchart Sittipunt won Bangkok’s governor elections by a landslide—an early but clear sign of the party’s rising popularity as the Shinawatra family looks to make a political comeback.

Move Forward Party

Sharing a similar progressive platform as Pheu Thai is the Move Forward Party. While the two parties have jointly advocated for policies like LGBTQ rights, they notably diverge on issues related to the monarchy. While Pheu Thai has ignored pressure from activists and stayed silent on the topic of repealing the country's royal defamation laws, the Move Forward Party, which prides itself as Thailand’s most progressive, has been vocal about its support for repeal.

“The only party I can see capturing the votes of the youth on the basis of the pro-democracy and pro-royal reform movement is the Move Forward Party,” Napon said.

In the 2019 election, Move Forward’s predecessor, the Future Forward Party, tunneled to victory and secured 81 seats to become the third largest party in parliament just one year after it was founded.

But the victory was short-lived. Future Forward leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit was disqualified as a member of parliament in November 2019 over media company shares he owned during the election. He was also previously charged with inciting unrest, unlawful gathering, and helping an activist avoid arrest—allegations he argued were politically motivated. In 2020, the party was dissolved over money accepted from Thanathorn, which the court ruled as a violation of election law.

The Move Forward Party, born after the dissolution of the Future Forward Party, is led by Pita Limjaroenrat, who said that their new party shared the same progressive ideology as its disbanded predecessor. Photo: Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP

The Move Forward Party, born after the dissolution of the Future Forward Party, is led by Pita Limjaroenrat, who said that their new party shared the same progressive ideology as its disbanded predecessor. Photo: Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP

The Move Forward Party was born in the wake of the dissolution, comprising many of the remaining members of the Future Forward Party. It’s led by Pita Limjaroenrat, who said that their new party shared the same progressive ideology as its disbanded predecessor.


The Bhumjaithai Party, part of the ruling coalition in Prayut’s administration, is perhaps best known for its cannabis legalization policy during the 2019 election, which it partially delivered last year—while legalization led to the proliferation of cannabis businesses across the country, progress has stalled on accompanying cannabis laws, which has sparked serious regulatory confusion on the ground.

The man behind the tumultuous legalization of cannabis in Thailand, Health Minister Anutin Charnveerakul, is the party’s likely prime ministerial candidate.

The man behind the legalization of cannabis in Thailand, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health Anutin Charnvirakul, is the Bhumjaithai Party's likely prime ministerial candidate. Mladen ANTONOV / AFP

The man behind the legalization of cannabis in Thailand, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health Anutin Charnvirakul, is the Bhumjaithai Party's likely prime ministerial candidate. Photo: Mladen ANTONOV / AFP

The Bhumjaithai Party’s weed policy, which received mixed reaction from the public, has turned out to be a double-edged sword, experts say.

“The Bhumjaithai Party has succeeded in legalizing marijuana and hemp, but it has failed to push through the necessary new law to regulate [their use],” Termsak Chalermpalanupap, a visiting fellow at the Thailand Studies Programme of Singapore’s ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, told VICE World News.

“Now major parties, including Pheu Thai, Move Forward, and Democrat, are campaigning against ‘free marijuana’ and want to put marijuana and hemp back on the banned narcotic list.”

The party has promised to revive the stalled cannabis bill after the election, and urged people to vote Bhumjaithai to keep cannabis from being criminalized again.

What could change after the election?

Probably not that much, experts say.

For years, the Prayut administration has intensified its crackdown on dissenters to shield the powerful military and royal institutions from criticism. And even if Pheu Thai leads the next government, the party is not known to rock the boat on these issues, Napon said.

“If Pheu Thai were to become the leading force in the government… I think we could see a more drastic change to both the political landscape and policy trajectory [compared to victory from the conservative camps]” Napon said. “But it’s limited in the extent to which it would decisively alter the Thai political order.”

Even if radical changes remain elusive, a departure from the military-backed regime may be all that Thailand’s pro-democracy activists are looking for at this moment.

Earlier this month, when two young activists ended a 52-day hunger strike to protest the detention of political dissenters, their friend and fellow activist Jutatip Sirikhan told VICE World News that they are some of the last ones pushing back against the government’s iron-fisted rule.

“They want democracy and are brave to criticize the government and royal family,” she said. “We are going into the general election in May, I hope to see change and a new government.”

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Lebanon’s Mufti calls for choosing president before it’s too late

Mufti of Lebanon, Sheikh Abdul Latif Derian on October 9, 2014 [Ratib Al Safadi/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images]

Lebanon's Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdel Latif Derian warned on Tuesday of chaos should a president not be chosen soon, Arabi21 reported. In a message issued on the occasion of the start of the holy month of Ramadan, Derian said: "Oh, Lebanese politicians, it is enough to waste time. We reached the last stage before the complete collapse. Unite your vision regarding the fate of the country." He added: "Choose a president and form a government, or chaos, which started to appear, will prevail and the citizens will pay the price." Since September, parliament has failed to choose a president 11 times, while a caretaker government has been running the country since May last year. READ: Lebanese patriarch warns of 'multiple dangers' without a government Regarding calls […] Source

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UN calls for calm in Middle East as Ramadan celebrations begin

Against the backdrop of Israeli-Palestinian tensions, Ramadan has often been a period of heightened conflict. Source

Can Cairo torpedo the UN’s plans in Libya despite its rapprochement with foe Ankara?

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu (L) meets with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry (R) in Cairo, Egypt on March 18, 2023. [Mohamed El-Shahed - Anadolu Agency]

Egypt warmly welcomed Turkiye's Foreign Minister for the first time in a decade that saw relations between the two countries soured over, mainly, what Ankara saw as a "coup" that deposed its Muslim Brotherhood ally, the late President Mohammed Morsi. Mr. Cavusoglu's visit to Cairo came after his boss, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, while both attended the World Cup in Doha, Qatar last November. The arrival of Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, in Cairo on 18 March, and his meeting with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, is seen as a big breakthrough between Cairo and Ankara with regional implications, with Libya being on top as one regional hot spot for both Ankara and Cairo. […] Source

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Macron determined to push ahead with pension reforms despite anger

The French president wants to plough on with hugely unpopular pension reforms, saying he will sacrifice personal popularity for the sake of his country. Source

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California Residents Face Tragedy and Power Outages in Wake of Brutal Bomb Cyclone

Officials in California have reported at least five storm-related deaths while thousands are still without power after a bomb cyclone hit the San Francisco Bay area on Tuesday, March 21, bringing with it heavy rains, winds of up to 90 mph, and at least one tornado.
One person was killed in Walnut Creek, a city in Contra Costa County, after a tree fell on a vehicle while they were seated inside, the local fire department said. The driver of the vehicle was also injured.
Another person was killed on Tuesday when a tree fell onto his moving vehicle in Portola Valley, San Mateo County, according to the California Highway Patrol. That incident occurred at about 1:34 p.m. Officers responded to the scene and removed some of the large branches that had fallen on top of the van but found the man had died, the San Francisco Chronicle reported…. Source

Washington DC Metro Trying Another Strategy to End Fare Evasion

The D.C. Metro train system, WMATA (Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority), just announced its plan to spend an additional $40 million to install newly designed fare gates at all of their stations, making it more difficult to evade fares and curb revenue loss.
The installation of the new gates, which were tested last year at a handful of stations, will include 48-inch-high laminated safety glass doors. The project is slated for completion in the next 15 months.
In addition to the new gates, Metro has warned fare evaders that they will be subject to fines if caught. Fare evaders can incur a $50 fine in Washington D.C. and up to a $100 fine in Maryland and Virginia…. Source

Amid worsening food shortages, we need to turn over a new leaf on the coca plant

Allowing international trade of coca products, including its use as an organic fertiliser, could play a significant role in addressing the food insecurity crisis, Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch and Diego Garcia Devis argue. Source

Retired Professor Would Pay Double the Price for a Ticket to Shen Yun

HAMILTON, Canada—When someone is taught an idea from birth, it can be difficult to change their mind.
Donna Coady used to be a professor at Beijing University. She shared about her experiences in China, as well as what she saw in Shen Yun Performing Arts.
“It makes your heart just pound. You absolutely can’t believe that these kids can do such wonderful dancing,” Ms. Coady said. “It’s absolutely incredible. I’m so glad my ticket was $200 and I would have paid $400. It was amazing.” Shen Yun is based in New York and it is dedicated to reviving traditional Chinese culture, presenting “China before Communism” to audiences around the world. Through dance and music, Shen Yun also tells the story of Falun Gong practitioners who have been persecuted by China’s ruling communist regime for their faith…. Source

HHS Secretary Defends Biden’s Budget Before Two Senate Panels

Appearing before supportive Democrats and skeptical Republicans, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra defended President Joe Biden’s budget in front of Senate Appropriations and Finance panels on March 22.
Biden’s HHS budget plan has been widely discussed since the White House announced a strategy to extend Medicare’s solvency beyond 2050 by raising the Medicare tax rate from 3.8 percent to 5 percent on people whose incomes exceed $400,000 per year, including capital gains and salaries.
On the two-year anniversary of Becerra starting his tenure as HHS Secretary, he testified before the Senate Finance Committee in the morning and then the Senate Labor HHS Appropriations Subcommittee in the afternoon…. Source

‘Bestial savagery’: Russia kills students in drone strikes

“Residential areas where ordinary people and children live are being fired at,” wrote Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Telegram. Source

It’s Not Easy for China to Play Peacemaker for Russia-Ukraine: Analyst

Brokering a Russia-Ukraine “peace deal” is not an easy task for China, according to China economic analyst Antonio Graceffo.
Beijing released a Feb. 24 position paper that outlined China’s ruling communist regime’s desire to become a mediator in the conflict.
On March 20, Chinese leader Xi Jinping arrived in Moscow for a three-day state visit, with Xi and Russian President Vladimir Putin expected to discuss China’s proposal for resolving the conflict in Ukraine.
Graceffo said the meeting between Xi and Putin reaffirms to the Russian people that China is still supporting Moscow and the Russian people and the war, given the fact that “Putin has been so thoroughly ostracized from the rest of the world.”… Source

Shen Yun ‘Was Just Absolutely Out of This World!’ Says Dance Studio Owner

HAMILTON, Canada—Although classic Chinese dance has thousands of years of history, it is quite novel in the West. Sue Dolynski, the owner of a dance studio, praised Shen Yun Performing Arts and its superb dancers.
“It was beyond my expectations; it was just absolutely out of this world. I cried so many times, too,” Ms. Dolynski said.
As someone with deep knowledge of ballet, Ms. Dolynski was happy to share her praise for classical Chinese dance.
“Ballet itself is expressive, but I’ve never seen actual Chinese dancing like this. It was just wow. Just wow. My eyes are just sore from tearing up,” she said…. Source

Georgia Bans Sex Changes for Minors

Georgia banned child gender transition on March 21.
Senate Bill 140 bans sex change surgeries and hormone replacement therapy for minors. The bill was passed in both the state House and Senate. It is now headed toRepublican governor Brian Kemp, who will likely pass it.
“As lead sponsor of this bill, I appreciate my colleagues for supporting this important legislation that protects Georgia’s children,” Georgia state Sen. Carden Summers (R-Cordele) wrote on his Facebook page.
The bill noted the “massive unexplained rise in diagnoses of gender dysphoria among children over the past ten years, with most of those experiencing this phenomenon being girls.”… Source

Google Launches ChatGPT Rival Called ‘Bard’ For testing in US and UK

Google launched its ChatGPT rival, “Bard” for testing in the United Kingdom and the United States to rival the currently popular ChatGPT.
The tech company invited people in both countries to test its new AI chatbot in a bid to catch up with its Microsoft-backed competitor.
Google announced the development of Bard last month, just two weeks after Microsoft announced a new multibillion-dollar investment into OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence tools.
Microsoft had already been investing billions into OpenAI since 2019.
Artificial intelligence apps like Bard and ChatGPT can write essays, poems, or computer code after given orders and have been called the greatest advancement in tech since the arrival of the iPhone over a decade and a half ago…. Source

Latest news bulletin | March 23rd – Morning

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ACH (2099) Dr. Peter Hammond – The Real Story Of The History Of Central Banking And Its Enslavement Of Mankind – Part 5

In today’s show originally broadcast on March 23 2023, Andy is joined by Dr. Peter Hammond for a show entitled, “The Real Story Of The History Of Central Banking And Its Enslavement Of Mankind – Part 5.”

We discussed: the historically strange coincidences of wars being directed against countries that chose not to have a Rothschild controlled central bank; how Colonel Gadaffi’s state controlled bank was run for the benefit of the Libyan people; how central banks create and destroy money whilst they dictate the government policies of the countries they operate in; why the 2008 worldwide banking crisis illustrated how central banks privatize their profits and nationalize their risks; why the central banks de-industrialised the West and moved their manufacturing base to the Third World; why in the Middle Ages, English People only had to work an average of 14 weeks a year; how the ultimate goal is the destruction of Western Christian Civilization; why the worldwide central banking cartel is nothing but an international criminal conspiracy to enslave the world; and many other topics.


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