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U.K. regulators said Wednesday that people who have a "significant history'' of allergic reactions shouldn't receive the new Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine while they investigate two adverse reactions that occurred on the first day of the country's mass vaccination program.


Covid-19 and other Pandemics / Ontario Health minister fakes a flu shot
« on: December 09, 2020, 09:16:07 AM »
First off i wonder how her arm is feeling after the "nurse" broke that "needle" off in her arm...

Secondly, no nurse has ever given an injection like that... risk of sticking yourself... I've given injections, and no i am not a nurse... but that isn't how you do it... and any nurse here will back me up on that I'm sure...

Still think flu shots are ok... moreover, how about this covid vaccination?


President Trump, under rigorous questioning from his son Donald Trump Jr., on Thursday about the existence of extraterrestrial life, suggested he knew "interesting" information about Roswell, N.M. -- the site of a 1947 crash that has touched off conspiracy theories about an alien spacecraft ever since.

Trump made the comments in a lighthearted, Father's Day-themed video interview produced by his presidential campaign that dealt with a variety of topics, including potential U.S. government secrets about aliens.

"Before you leave office, will you let us know if there's aliens? Because this is the only thing I really want to know. I want to know what's going on. Would you ever open up Roswell and let us know what's going on there?" Trump Jr. asked.

"So many people ask me that question," the president said. "There are millions and millions of people that want to go there, that want to see it. I won't talk to you about what I know about it but it's very interesting. But Roswell is a very interesting place with a lot of people that would like to know what's going on."

When Trump Jr. further pressed his father on whether he would declassify details about Roswell, the president said, "I'll have to think about that one."

It's unclear what the pair were referring to when discussing the potential of opening up Roswell -- the city itself has a booming tourism industry and the one military base in the area was closed during the Vietnam War. Area 51, an Air Force base in Nevada, is a highly classified location that many have speculated could hold secrets about aliens.

The Pentagon earlier this year released unclassified footage showing "unidentified aerial phenomena" of military encounters with other aircraft that behaved in a way that one pilot told the New York Times was "like nothing I've ever seen."


Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious-disease expert, has expressed concern over what he called an "anti-science bias" in the country.

"One of the problems we face in the United States is that unfortunately, there is a combination of an anti-science bias that people are — for reasons that sometimes are, you know, inconceivable and not understandable — they just don't believe science and they don't believe authority," Fauci said on a US Department of Health and Human Services' podcast, "Learning Curve."

Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, also stood by the measures he'd recommended for limiting the coronavirus' spread including stay-at-home orders, which he said helped save millions of lives.

As the country reopens, Fauci has warned of a reemergence of cases and the need for testing and contact tracing to prevent more infections and deaths. He's advised people to avoid crowded areas and wear masks in public to avoid further spreading the virus.

On the podcast, he said the reasoning for choosing to willfully ignore science despite obvious risks to health was "inconceivable." He discussed the topic after being asked why some people might not believe his recommendations.

"When they see someone up in the White House, which has an air of authority to it, who's talking about science, that there are some people who just don't believe that — and that's unfortunate because, you know, science is truth," Fauci said.

Fauci appeared to be talking about himself there, but his mention of the White House was striking given that the face of the executive branch, President Donald Trump, has made multiple decisions that contradict the advice of health experts.

He is scheduled to host a rally on Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that some fear could become a so-called super-spreading event for the virus. Attendees will not be required to wear masks, and socially distancing is virtually impossible in an indoor arena.


Federal Government agencies believe that China is the nation behind ongoing cyber attacks on Australian institutions, including hospitals and state-owned utilities, in recent months.

While Mr Morrison said the Government would not take the formal step of publicly naming which state, senior sources confirmed China is believed to be behind the malicious attacks.

The Prime Minister emphasized the attacks "hadn't just started", were ongoing and constant threats to Australia, and said the accumulation of attacks required a firm warning to the government and private sectors to harden their shields.

Some of the attacks have been on state government departments and agencies and local governments, all of which hold sensitive economic and personal data.

"This activity is targeting Australian organisations across a range of sectors, including all levels of government, industry, political organisations, education, health, essential service providers and operators of other critical infrastructure," Mr Morrison said.


Republicans on a Senate panel voted Thursday to authorize a sweeping set of potential subpoenas targeting the origin of the federal investigation into President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, with a focus on several senior members of former president Barack Obama's administration.

The vote in the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee represents the escalation of an election-year GOP campaign to recast the investigations that consumed much of the president's first two years in office as the product of backroom manipulation, corner-cutting and subterfuge orchestrated by Trump's political enemies.
The committee voted along party lines to authorize 36 subpoenas after several attempts by Democrats failed to delay the vote.
"There are times when extraordinary situations require action, whether or not we all agree. The conduct we know that occurred during the transition should concern everyone and absolutely warrants further investigation," Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., chairman of the panel, said Thursday.
The Senate Judiciary Committee debated its plans for subpoenas as Chair Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said it was not only the Russians who interfered in the 2016 election. The panel delayed its vote to next week as Democrats sought to offer amendments.

"It was the Department of Justice. It was the FBI. It was people who hated Trump and people who had political bias, an agenda to destroy him before he was elected, and after he was elected," he said Wednesday. "And we're going to get to the bottom of it."

To Democrats, the Senate investigations represent an insidious use of congressional resources to perform a nakedly political task - bruising the Obama administration, and by extension presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, just months before voters decide whether to hand Trump a second term.

The subpoena requests from the two committees would authorize potential interviews and demands for documents from more than 60 individuals, including former FBI director James Comey, former director of national intelligence James Clapper and former CIA director John Brennan.

"This motion grants the chair unbridled authority to go after Obama-era officials," Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, said Thursday, calling the move unprecedented and opposing the effort.
Democrats also said the effort was distracting from more pressing business facing the nation - a global pandemic from the coronavirus, an economic crisis and civic unrest.

"This morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee isn't voting on legislation to confront the life or death crises before us. Instead, it's nursing Trump's wounded ego with a partisan subpoena. Shameful," Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., tweeted Thursday.

The fruits of the investigation, several of the Democrats warned, could be used by Republicans to fuel campaign attacks on Biden based on events, documents or testimony that has already been evaluated and discounted by independent investigators - such as Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department inspector general who found wrongdoing regarding applications for some surveillance warrants targeting a former Trump campaign aide but did not conclude that there was political bias against Trump at play.

Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich., the top Democrat on the Homeland Security panel, said the investigation "appears to be a political exercise" and called on Republicans to allow the Justice Department to complete its own investigation into the origins of the Trump probe - one ordered by Attorney General William Barr.

"There are other issues that our committee needs to be focused on - not a partisan issue that's coming up just before an election related to a political candidate," he said, citing the ongoing civil unrest in U.S. cities and the coronavirus pandemic. "It looks as if it's a fishing expedition, and we don't have time for fishing expeditions. We need to be focused on the domestic crises that we have right now in our country."

Johnson has shown few reservations about directing the resources of the panel - one of Congress's most powerful oversight organs - against politically sensitive targets that also align with Trump's own political interests.

Both committees are under clear pressure from Trump supporters who do not believe that the previous probes - including Horowitz's review - got to the bottom of what they call the "coup" launched against Trump by his political enemies, including Comey and Brennan.

"I think they are reacting to public pressure," said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, which had led the pro-Trump campaign against the Obama-era Justice Department. "There are tens of millions of Americans who are exceedingly frustrated that there's been zero accountability to date, and I think Republicans are all of a sudden recognizing that. That's the number one question I get asked: Why hasn't anyone gone to jail? Why hasn't anything been done? And the Senate hasn't done much."

While Graham has focused his committee on actions inside the Justice Department in 2016 and 2017, Johnson has focused his interest in the State Department - and alleged efforts by officials there to foment law enforcement interest in the allegations of British intelligence operative Christopher Steele. That has been aided by troves of documents handed over by the Trump administration - and more could be on its way.

Johnson and Graham last month sought and quickly received a list of Obama administration officials who sought to deanonymize foreign intelligence intercepts involving Michael Flynn, who was fired as an intelligence official in the Obama administration and briefly served as Trump's national security adviser. Those exchanges ultimately led to Flynn's prosecution on charges of lying to the FBI. The senators are expected to receive similar information in the coming weeks about "unmaskings" ordered for other Trump campaign officials and potentially members of Trump's family.

The Flynn unmasking revelations have fueled criticism of the Obama officials in the conservative media and from Trump himself, though Democrats argue that the scrutiny of the intercepts involving Flynn was both legal and justified for national security reasons.

Separately from his investigation into the origins of the Trump probes, Johnson is also investigating Burisma, the Ukrainian energy firm that employed Biden's son Hunter as a board member from 2014 to 2019. The committee voted along party lines last month to authorize subpoenas targeting a Washington public affairs firm, Blue Star Strategies, hired by Burisma to open doors in the U.S. government.

Johnson is conducting both investigations in tandem with Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and in both instances, Johnson has indicated that he intends to issue findings before the November election. Earlier this year he signaled outright intent to deliver a political impact as he move to issue subpoenas in the Burisma case.

Johnson said he is aiming to have a report on Burisma's activity - probably focused on its dealings thought Blue Star inside the Obama State Department - this summer, with a report on the origins of the Trump investigations in the fall - aligning with Graham's timeline of delivering a report in October.

The Burisma probe has sparked more serious Democratic objections rooted in Johnson's potential reliance on materials provided by Andriy Telizhenko, a former Ukrainian diplomat who worked as a consultant for Blue Star Strategies on Burisma-related matters during Hunter Biden's board tenure. Telizhenko, Democrats and some Republicans have warned, could be spreading Russian disinformation meant to influence the 2020 election.

Aside from the Blue Star materials, which are protected by a nondisclosure agreement, Telizhenko said in an interview last month that he had already shared more than 100 emails with Johnson's committee sent before and after his Blue Star tenure and has been in routine communication with committee staff.

Johnson told reporters earlier this year that he was treating Telizhenko's materials with appropriate skepticism and defended dealing with him to uncover how Burisma may have influenced U.S. policy using Hunter Biden's name for access inside the Obama administration.

Still, the political overtones of the probe have meant hiccups for Johnson. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, withheld support for a Telizhenko subpoena, forcing Johnson to subpoena Blue Star instead. And on Wednesday, Romney said he would back the subpoena of Obama officials only after requesting "adjustments" to exclude inspectors general and to avoid duplicating other committees' requests. He also signaled his dismay that Johnson was not investigating other matters.

"It's not, in my opinion, the appropriate priority for the committee," he said Wednesday. "But he sets the agenda, and there was wrongdoing identified by the inspector general, so I will support it."

Donald Sherman, deputy director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, said Johnson and other chairman have wide leeway to direct their panels. But it was notable, he said, that the Trump administration was cooperating with the panel in an apparent effort to embarrass the Obama administration and Biden while stonewalling Democratic oversight requests in the House.

That, he said, suggested that the Senate probes are political exercises rather than legitimate fact-finding efforts.

"There really aren't a lot of checks on Congress launching political investigations - we've seen it time and time again," said Sherman, a former Democratic oversight counsel to the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. "The more pressing question is why isn't the State Department treating oversight requests from Republicans and Democrats in the same way?"



Activists say the way to stop police brutality and killings is to cut law enforcement budgets and reinvest in services. Some lawmakers now agree

Protesters rally in Phoenix, demanding the city council defund the Phoenix police department on 3 June 2020.
 Protesters rally in Phoenix, demanding the city council defund the Phoenix police department on 3 June 2020. Photograph: Matt York/AP
The movement to defund the police is gaining significant support across America, including from elected leaders, as protests over the killing of George Floyd sweep the nation.

For years, activists have pushed US cities and states to cut law enforcement budgets amid a dramatic rise in spending on police and prisons while funding for vital social services has shrunk or disappeared altogether.
Government officials have long dismissed the idea as a leftist fantasy, but the recent unrest and massive budget shortfalls from the Covid-19 crisis appear to have inspired more mainstream recognition of the central arguments behind defunding.

“To see legislators who aren’t even necessarily on the left supporting at least a significant decrease in New York police department [NYPD] funding is really very encouraging,” Julia Salazar, a New York state senator and Democratic socialist, told the Guardian on Tuesday. “It feels a little bit surreal.”

Floyd’s death on camera in Minneapolis, advocates say, was a powerful demonstration that police reform efforts of the last half-decade have failed to stop racist policing and killings. Meanwhile, the striking visuals of enormous, militarized and at times violent police forces responding to peaceful protests have led some politicians to question whether police really need this much money and firepower.


A white supremacist group linked to deadly right-wing violence in Charlottesville in 2017 used a fake Twitter account to pose as “Antifa” and incite violence during the current wave of protests against police brutality.

Twitter announced Monday that it had suspended the account, which claimed to belong to a national “Antifa” organization, and revealed that the account was created by Identity Evropa.

“This account violated our platform manipulation and spam policy, specifically the creation of fake accounts," Twitter said in a statement to the media. “We took action after the account sent a Tweet inciting violence and broke the Twitter Rules.”

The account — @ANTIFA_US — tried to escalate an already turbulent situation when it posted a message inciting violence on Sunday night, as protesters were clashing with police in dozens of cities across the U.S.

“Tonight’s the night, Comrades,” the message said, alongside a brown raised fist emoji. “Tonight we say 'Fuck The City' and we move into the residential areas... the white hoods.... and we take what's ours …”


It might be an article from 2012 but is still very relevant to what is going on in today's world.

By Dan EggenJuly 12, 2012
It’s a super PAC that hates super PACs.

Jonathan Soros, son of a prominent liberal financier, is helping to launch an independent advocacy group with hopes of spending up to $8 million targeting House lawmakers, primarily Republicans, who oppose public matching funds for elections and other campaign finance reforms.

The new super PAC, called Friends of Democracy, will file its first disclosures with the Federal Election Commission later this month and plans to zero in on 10 to 15 House races with television ads, mailings and Web messaging, Soros and other organizers said Thursday.

Like all super PACs, Friends of Democracy will be able to raise unlimited funds from wealthy individuals, corporations or unions--precisely the kind of system that the group is fighting against.

“We openly acknowledge the irony of being a super PAC trying to address money in politics,” Soros said in an interview in Washington. “But our goal is to eventually decrease the influence of this kind of group...We don’t see any other path to real legislative change.”

Soros’s father, George, is a well-known contributor to liberal causes whose role in spending more than $23 million during the 2004 elections made him a bête noire among conservatives. The elder Soros has announced plans to give $2 million to a pair of liberal groups this year, as well.

Unlike his father, Jonathan Soros, who stepped down last year from day-to-day management of his family’s New York-based investment fund, has not been particularly active in politics until now. He gave $100,000 in seed money to start Friends of Democracy and said his father is not involved with the group.

Soros launched the super PAC with David Donnelly, executive director of the Public Campaign Action Fund, and Ilyse Hogue, formerly with the liberal groups Media Matters and MoveOn.org.

Donnelly said the group will likely target Republican lawmakers such as Reps. Dan Lungren (Calif.), Charlie Bass (N.H.), Nan Hayworth (N.Y.), Jim Renacci (Ohio) and Chip Cravaack (Minn.) and at least a handful of Democrats who also oppose campaign finance limits. The super PAC also plans to offer support to candidates who advocate for reform.

The formation of Friends of Democracy underscores the steep hurdles facing advocates for campaign-finance regulation, who have been on the defensive since the Supreme Court ruled in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission that corporations and unions could spend unlimited funds for or against candidates. That decision two years ago paved the way for super PACs and also made it easier for secretive nonprofit groups to raise money without disclosing donors’ names.

President Obama has railed against the Citizen United decision, but he also grudgingly gave his blessing to a super PAC running millions of dollars in television ads to help him win reelection. The Obama campaign has said it has no choice but to compete under the system as it exists.

That sentiment is echoed by the founders of Friends of Democracy, who essentially argue that they must use the tool of unlimited money to make it obsolete. One policy the group favors is a public-financing system like the one in New York City, which provides candidates a 6-to-1 match for small donations to dampen the influence of wealthy contributors.

Hogue said that, according to polls, a key slice of independent voters are very concerned about the role of money in politics and and could be moved to reject candidates who are in thrall to wealthy special interests. In addition to its main super PAC arm, Friends of Democracy will also include a traditional PAC subject to FEC contribution limits, organizers said.

“We're trying to overcome a massive amount of apathy in the public who have concluded that engagement is not worthwhile,” she said.

Soros said that “our focus is what you can achieve legislatively to meaningfully change the system. Nothing will happen until legislators know that they can lose their seat if they oppose change.”


Protest observers in Dallas saw multiple piles of bricks in areas where there is no reported construction. One of those locations is said to be near the Dallas County Courthouse. The Dallas Chief of Police reported nearly being hit by a thrown brick during a protest.

“The Dallas protest was a lot of things,” National Urban League Young Professionals Communications Chairman Reuben Lael posted on Facebook on Saturday. “But I was very disappointed to see this RANDOM stack of bricks in front of the courthouse. #setup.”

A person in the video says there is no construction going on anywhere in the immediate area of the brick pile. “There ain’t no damn construction around here,” the voice said, “You’re just gonna set a pallet of bricks right there.”

It is not currently known who placed the bricks in this location or why.


On the evening of November 2, 1957, two immigrant farm workers, Pedro Saucedo and Joe Salaz, called the Levelland police department to report a UFO sighting. Saucedo told police officer A.J. Fowler, who was working the night desk at the police station, that they had been driving four miles (6 km) west of Levelland when they saw a blue flash of light near the road. They claimed their truck’s engine died, and a rocket-shaped object rose up and approached the truck. According to Saucedo, “I jumped out of the truck and hit the dirt because I was afraid. I called to Joe but he didn’t get out. The thing passed directly over my truck with a great sound and rush of wind. It sounded like thunder and my truck rocked from the flash…I felt a lot of heat.” As the object moved away the truck’s engine restarted and worked normally. Believing the story to be a joke, Fowler ignored it. An hour later, motorist Jim Wheeler reported a “brilliantly lit, egg-shaped object, about 200 feet long” was sitting in the road, four miles (6 km) east of Levelland, blocking his path. He claimed his vehicle died and as he got out of his car the object took off and its lights went out. As it moved away, Wheeler’s car restarted and worked normally.

At 10:55 pm a married couple driving northeast of Levelland reported that they saw a bright flash of light moving across the sky and their headlights and radio died for three seconds. Five minutes later Jose Alvarez claimed he met a strange object sitting on the road 11 miles (18 km) north of Levelland, and his vehicle’s engine died until the object departed. At 12:05 am (November 3), a Texas Technological College (now Texas Tech University) student named Newell Wright was surprised when, driving 10 miles (16 km) east of Levelland, his “car engine began to sputter, the ammeter on the dash jumped to discharge and then back to normal, and the motor started cutting out like it was out of gas…the car rolled to a stop; then the headlights dimmed and several seconds later went out.” When he got out to check on the problem, he saw a “100-foot-long” egg-shaped object sitting in the road. It took off, and his engine started running again. At 12:15 am Officer Fowler received another call, this time from a farmer named Frank Williams who claimed he had encountered a brightly glowing object sitting in the road, and “as his car approached it, its lights went out and its motor stopped.” The object flew away, and his car’s lights and motor started working again. Other callers were Ronald Martin at 12:45 am and James Long at 1:15 am, and they both reported seeing a brightly lit object sitting in the road in front of them, and they also claimed that their engines and headlights died until the object flew away.

By this time, several Levelland police officers were investigating the reports. Among them was Sheriff Weir Clem, who saw a brilliant red object moving across the sky at 1:30 am. At 1:45 am Levelland’s Fire Chief, Ray Jones, also saw an object and his vehicle’s lights and engine sputtered. The reports apparently ended soon after. During the night of November 2–3, the Levelland police department received a total of 15 UFO-related reports, and Officer Fowler noted that “everybody who called was very excited.”


It’s almost too mind boggling to grasp the fact that

George Soros
funds almost 200 organizations to attack America!

George Soros
is a globalist that has the goal of bringing America down. Why?

Because his plans for control of America is just another part of his world (along with the other elites) domination efforts. He’s responsible for over throwing and destabilizing countries all over the world.

With nearly 200 organizations that have launched attacks on Trump and/or conservatives, the chaos and anarchy we see all over the country probably won’t stop anytime soon.

Dr. Rich Swier has published the entire list of organizations that

funds, and if he’s funding it, you can be sure there’s globalist, leftist, and socialist motives behind it.

The list published on Proud Conservative website is just astounding, showing you all the money and effort George Soros is willing to exert in order to destroy America and President Trump.

He veils himself in nobel causes and activism, but the truth behind his almost 200 organizations is to “control the narrative” for his advantage. That’s why he donates to myriads of politicians on both sides.

If you only looked at his website, you might say, “This is a really great philanthropist. But, in reality, this man is a person that turned his own Jewish people in to the Nazi’s during World War 2.

You see the quote prominently displayed on his website, “A full and fair discussion is essential to democracy.”

But, the efforts of his diabolical plans are so far removed from that narrative that you’d have to be blind NOT to see the reality of what he says and what he actually does!

There was one man at the financial center of the Ferguson protest movement. No,it wasn’t Michael Brown, Officer Darren Wilson or even Al Sharpton, despite his ubiquitous campaign on TV and the streets.

It was billionaire George Soros, who has built a business empire that dominates across the ocean in Europe while forging a political machine powered by nonprofit foundations that impacts American politics and policy.

Just like what he did with MoveOn.org.

George Soros spurred the Ferguson protest movement through years of funding and mobilizing groups across the U.S., according to interviews with key players and financial records reviewed by The Washington Times.

George Soros gave at least $33 million in one year to support already established groups that emboldened grass-roots, activists in Ferguson, according to recent tax filings of his nonprofit Open Society Foundations.

The financial connections from Mr. Soros to the activist groups gave rise to a combustible protest movement that transformed a one-day criminal event in Missouri into a 24-hour-a-day national cause.

George Soros also created the European refugee crisis. George Soros is trading again.

The 85-year-old political activist and philanthropist hit the headlines post-Brexit saying, “the event had “unleashed” a financial-market crisis.” Not for him though.

He was once again on the right side of the trade, taking a short position in troubled Deutsche Bank and betting against the S&P with a 2.1-million-share put option on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF.

George Soros then took out a $264 million position in Barrick Gold, whose share price has jumped over 14% since Brexit. He sells his positions in many of his traditional holdings when he knows what’s coming.

Since the 1980s, Soros has actively been pursuing a globalist agenda; he advances this agenda through his Open Society Foundations (OSF).

George’s father, Tivadar, a Jewish lawyer who was a strong proponent of Esperanto.

Esperanto is a language created in 1887 by L.L. Zamenhof, a Polish eye doctor, for the purpose of “transcending national borders” and “overcoming the natural indifference of mankind.”

He taught George Esperanto and forced him to speak it at home. In 1936, when Hitler was hosting the Olympic Games in Berlin, Tivadar changed the family name from Schwartz to Soros. (an Esperanto word meaning “will soar.”)

George Soros, who was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary, benefited greatly from his father’s decision.

In 1944, 14-year-old George Soros went to work for the invading Nazis. It’s reported that he worked with a government official, helping him confiscate property from the local Jewish population, until the end of the war in 1945.

Almost 20 years ago in an interview with 60 Minutes, Soros said, “the year of German occupation was “the happiest time in my life.”

When the war ended, he moved to London and in 1947 enrolled in the London School of Economics where he studied under Karl Popper, the Austrian-British philosopher who was one of the first proponents of an globalist “Open Society.”

George Soros then worked at several merchant banks in London and then moved to New York in 1963.

In 1970, he started the Soros Fund Management and in 1973 he created the Quantum Fund along with investor Jim Rogers.

They made annual returns of over 30%, solidifying Soros’s reputation and putting him in a position of power, one he utilizes to this day to advance the same agenda of his mentors.

George Soros’s net worth is about $23 billion, although it could even be more.

Soros’s relationship with the Clintons goes back to 1993, and they’re close friends.Their relationship goes well beyond donor status.

Hillary Clinton introduced him at a conference where he spoke saying, “We need people like George Soros, who is fearless and willing to step up when it counts.”

Soros supported Hillary Clinton’s presidential run in 2013, taking a senior role in the “Ready for Hillary” group. He’s donated over $15 million to pro-Clinton groups and Super PACs.

George Soros has given more than $33 million to the Black Lives Matter group, which has been involved in outbreaks of social unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore.

Both of these incidents contributed to a worsening of race relations across America. He’s also made huge contributions to the Democratic Party and its most prominent members, like Joe Biden and Barack Obama.

The same group that went after Democratic contender Bernie Sanders for his alleged support of racial inequality. Another way he could assist in removing the threat of one of Hillary Clinton’s most ardent challenges.

George Soros usually gets what he wants. And now, he wants to erase all national borders and create the sort of globalist nightmare represented by the European Union. No sovereignty of any nation.

Soros has turned his attention back to Europe and you can see the economic and social disarray that they’re in right now.

There’s no doubt that Soros has had great influence on US foreign policy. He bragged about it in an interview with Charlie Rose, he said, “I do now have access to US Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott.
We actually work together on Eastern European policy.”

Soros’s meddling in the Russia-Ukraine conflict was again obvious. Soros admitted he was responsible for establishing a foundation in the Ukraine that led to the overthrow of the country’s elected leader and the installation of a junta handpicked by the US State Department. Headed by none other than his good friend Hillary Clinton.

That war ripped through the Ukrainian region of Donbass and resulted in over 10,000 people being killed and the displacement of over 1.4 million people.

Let’s also not forget a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet that was shot down, killing all 298 on board.

George Soros was there again to profit from the chaos he created. His reward in Ukraine was the state-owned energy monopoly, Naftogaz.

Soros again had his paid off US cronies, Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew and US consulting company McKinsey, advise the puppet government of Ukraine to privatize Naftogaz.

The deaths of human life would be almost unbelievable to calculate that have died needlessly because of one of the most evil men to live in our generation.

He uses the cover of philanthropy to carry out his globalist “one world government” plans and policies. He’ll pay off government officials in any country to get what he wants.

Soros’ fingerprints are all over anti-trump lawsuits and the billionaire leftist has teamed up with democrat attorney generals to bury the Trump administration in legal challenges.

George Soros and his hundreds of “destabilizing organizations” under the guise of philanthropy and continuing efforts to destabilize may be the biggest challenge to President Trump, America and the world.


Have you asked yourself why the government is suddenly eager to release secret UFO information that they've denied has even existed for the past 70 years? That may be the question of the year.

The information overload began on Dec. 16 when the New York Times broke a story that a secret UFO investigative agency with $22 million in Defense Department "black money" funding had existed from 2007 to 2012. It was called the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) — military speak for UFO hunters.

Immediately thereafter, a declassified government video, which had been taken on the camera cockpit of a Navy jet in 2004, went viral. The video shows a glowing, high-velocity, rotating, "Tic Tac-shaped" object flying over the Pacific, accompanied by audio of the astonished pilots.

In addition, the United States and at least a dozen other countries — and even the Vatican — have begun over the last few years either declassifying their UFO and alien encounter files, or making public statements about the existence of UFOs.

You don't have to be a conspiracy theorist to make the connection that there seems to be a coordinated, concerted international effort to ease us into believing something that governments have denied for decades: the existence of UFOs in our airspace and other intelligent life in the universe.

Don't we need to ask ourselves why now, why all this truth all of a sudden? Why, for example, are former U.S. military officials who worked on top-secret UFO investigations and psychic warfare now coming forward to speak about what they'd been ordered to keep secret for so long?

So I asked four people who were involved at the top levels in military programs and scientific UFO research, as well as one famous author who claims to have had alien encounters, about just what gives.

What they said was unsettling, especially since citizens have been lulled into what could be a false sense of security about UFOs by authorities for decades.

Retired U.S. Army major Paul H. Smith, Ph.D. and author of "Reading the Enemy's Mind: Inside Star Gate — America's Psychic Espionage Program," who was trained in psychic espionage — yes, the US Army had a unit devoted to teaching soldiers to use ESP to spy on foreign governments — told me there may be several possibilities for the new international openness about UFOs.

Their reasons could be calculated — and perhaps scary.

One possibility, he says, is that the government may be looking to outsource the search for alien life with civilian help. Another is that they are possibly hoping that if they trickle out a little information, people will be satisfied and turn their attention elsewhere.

The third possibility is not as mundane.

"My contacts [retired military and scientists under contract to the government] say there might be a very real threat," Smith said. "These aliens, they claim, are not necessarily like 'E.T.,' but seem more like 'Independence Day.' In other words, less friendly and less interested in our well-being. The government may be looking either to expand its base of knowledge or to prepare people for something.

"You could lobby all day and they wouldn't budge [on releasing UFO information], so the real question is 'why' they're willing to allow it now? There might be a serious concern that this thing is a real threat."

This from a man who was trusted with the most secret of government intel for decades.

What that threat might be, however, we don't know.

But denying the existence of other intelligent life in the universe is, well, unintelligent and the height of human hubris.

The fact is that NASA's $4.7 billion Hubble space telescope revealed that there may be more than a trillion galaxies just in our observable universe alone. Does it make any sense at all to believe that we're the only ones out of so many galaxies? We're not talking just planets, but whole galaxies.

We need to accept the long-hidden truth, the experts say, that our government has been busy looking for, tracking and allegedly collecting debris from alien space craft for decades — despite its official position of debunking anything and everything related to UFOs.

Retired Army Col. John Alexander, a former Green Beret and founder of the Advanced Theoretical Physics Group, ran the military's psychokinesis group (bending metal with the mind) and wrote the book "UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities."

"The phenomenon we are dealing with is at least as complicated as AIDS and cancer — and yet people are complaining about the $22 million spent on AATIP, which is maybe .001% of the Pentagon budget?" This phenomenon, is, he maintains, "A) real and, B) terribly complex. It is also a danger to civilian aviation, and there have [already] been several such incidents," Alexander said.

William Birnes, who starred in History Channel's "UFO Hunters" and is the author of several nonfiction books, including the upcoming "UFOs and The White House: What did Our Presidents Know and When did They Know It?" has been studying the UFO phenomenon for decades. He believes that the earth has been visited by E.T.s for thousands of years — and that the proof of those visits is solid.

"One from Area 51 [Roswell] taken from surveillance cameras and another video from Mt. Shasta, California, that shows the outline of a giant flying triangle. Then there's the dress of UFO abductee Betty Hill from 1961. It had strange pink organic stains in it corresponding to where, she said, ETs grabbed her and dragged her into a space ship," Birnes said.

Birnes' new book details sightings and involvement with UFO research by presidents from Harry Truman to Ronald Reagan to Bill Clinton.

Bestselling author Whitley Strieber risked his personal reputation by publishing, after many fiction blockbusters, "Communion" — the chilling nonfiction account of his abduction by other-worldly beings from his upstate New York cabin on Dec. 26, 1985. The book sold millions of copies, was a New York Times bestseller and then a movie starring Christopher Walken.

And he tells me, his "visitations" are still happening.

More bizarrely still, after "Communion" was published, Strieber says he was contacted by his uncle, Col. Edward Strieber, a man whose exact job in the military had never been discussed.

"When he read 'Communion,' he called me," Strieber said. "I had no idea he'd worked on Roswell until then, he'd never discussed anything like that. Turns out that he worked at Wright Field where the debris was taken for analysis by the Air Materiel Command."

Was his uncle's work, I asked, connected to his own well-publicized alien encounters many years later?

"We thought that it was just too coincidental," he answered.

Strieber says that he himself and others came into possession of material supposedly from the Roswell crash — he didn't say how it came into his possession — but that lab results showed isotopic ratios that were not like those found on Earth.

"Extraordinary, really," he said.

Strieber believes the government needs to get scientists who are not on the government payroll involved in the E.T. phenomenon.

"We should have the very best minds like Stephen Hawking, who don't want to be constrained by security clearances, and who would express the concern of mainstream scientists," he said.

I asked him if he's still being "visited," and if so, what do the "visitors" look like?

He said he is, and said, "Suffice to say there are many, many forms. We don't even know if they are all even physical." But the "visitors" no longer scare him and he's remained very involved. "I'm working very, very hard on it."

When I asked him whether that meant that he was working with beings from another dimension, he would only say, "This has very much been my own path. There's a lot more than that. It's a wonderful moment in history. I really hope there will be a time when I can more fully discuss this."

Intrigued for years myself with the unexplained, I traveled to Peru and Bolivia in April for my own kind of "Ancient Aliens" vacation.

I flew in a small plane over the Nazca lines — ancient geoglyphs carved into the desert ground between 500 BC-500 A.D. in southern Peru. The giant carvings of a bird, a monkey, (the closest monkeys are at least 1,200 miles away), what appear to be runways, a huge Indian mandala design, and yes, the so-called Spaceman, can only be discerned by flying above them - a concept not known by humans in 500 B.C.

If we take the collected evidence from around the world — now available to anyone with access to a computer — and listen to what these learned men who claim first-hand personal or professional knowledge of secret government programs or of UFO research, and add their words to the extraordinary Defense Department UFO video footage, we might assume the age of disbelief is coming to an end.

Have the powers-that-be seen the light and know that they can't keep us in the dark any longer? Or are they preparing us for something really extraordinary — something like a big reveal?

Whatever is coming, we know one thing for sure. For 70 years, our government has spent untold millions on secret space-and-ESP projects. That's a lot of money and a lot of brain power for something that they swore didn't exist.

GUERNSEY COUNTY, Ohio (WOIO) - Two men hiking through a southern Ohio park claim to see Bigfoot or a Bigfoot-like creature.

Yes, you just read that right. Sasquatch is in Ohio.

Well, kind of.

Is this an actual Bigfoot sighting or someone in a Bigfoot costume?

Watch the video below and tell us what you think:


Two men took a drone out to Salt Fork State Park. It’s a park located in Guernsey County, Ohio, that is east of Columbus.

While shooting video at the park, the two men claim to see a tall creature covered in hair, walking on two feet and making strange noises.

The production quality of the video is pretty well done, and the men describe their journey through the park.

One of the hiker’s names is Eric. He was the first person to spot the creature.

He did not want his last name to be used.

About four minutes into the video, the men see a tall hairy creature walking around the park, wandering.

Now, it is unclear what they witnessed in the park, but scientists have since discredited the legend of Bigfoot calling it a hoax and folklore.


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