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Italy’s Next Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni: Why Do They Hate Her So Much, by Tyler Durden

Any sincere set of utterances against the globalist agenda by a politician will earn that politician instant enmity and vitriol until such utterances are recanted. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

So much for European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen’s threats from days ago, which Italians clearly ignored as Giorgia Meloni’s right-wing bloc is celebrating its historic, if largely expected, victory and a clear majority. Rod Dreher of The American Conservative sounds off on von der Leyen’s failed attempts at bullying entire populations of Europe: “How dare she?! How dare this unelected globalist technocrat threaten a free and democratic people like this! It is an outrage. This threat to bring the EU mechanism to bear against Italy if Italian voters give Giorgia Meloni power at this weekend’s election is a staggering moment. It shows what the EU is really about: not democracy, but rule by globalist elites.”

This brings us to the question of ‘Why do they hate her so much?’ The below 2-minute clip of Meloni giving a prior event speech which went viral this weekend as the votes in Italy were being counted provides a glimpse of why they must be on suicide watch in Brussels. The new Italian Prime Minister describes eloquently that Italians and human beings in general are not mere identity-less consumers and economic playthings of the ivory tower technocrat class, but belong under God, country and family…

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CNN Slammed Into A Brick Wall Named Joe Rogan And Promptly Imploded, by Quoth the Raven

One story you’ll never see in the mainstream media is on its own diminishing audience and clout and the steadily increasing audience and clout of the alternative media. From Quoth the Raven at quoththeraven.substack.com:

The network has been in disarray since it waged war on the popular podcaster. In my opinion, the hit job on Rogan’s use of ivermectin to treat his Covid diagnosis marked the last straw for CNN.

I started out 2022 by predicting that the mainstream media was in the midst of losing the fight of its life at the hands of popular podcaster and comedian Joe Rogan. I then discussed the topic and my reasoning for an hour on a podcast with independent journalist Ivory Hecker.

No media outlet has proven me right this year quite like CNN has.

Through honest and open dialogue, often in good faith and jest, Rogan has earned himself innumerably more viewers than almost all outlets in mainstream media on both sides of the aisle. He officially started putting the screws to the mainstream media, in my opinion, when he refused to settle for the “company line” on Covid, dutifully peddled by Dr. Anthony Fauci and various government regulators, and welcomed alternative points of view on treatments, lockdowns and how the world was handling the pandemic.

I wrote back in January that I thought it was the invitations Rogan extended to iconoclastic guests, like Dr. Robert Malone, M.D., that officially marked the beginning of the end the “official” Covid narratives going unquestioned. I predicted that Rogan’s willingness to have an alternative dialogue would force the mainstream media to eventually fall in line, and would throw a wet blanket over the “journalism” of parroting whatever “the science” dictated was objective truth that week.

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WARNING: If You’ve Had A COVID Vaccine/Booster, What This Article Presents May Cause You Stress And Anxiety, by Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn

Where the anxiety comes from: vaccines don’t prevent Covid, they weaken your immune system, they make you more susceptible to Covid, and they have dangerous and deadly side effects. From Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn at thebluestateconservative.com:

Two key recent medical research articles, one from Italy and one from Germany, are used to document what may be the most important research finding during the entire COVID pandemic period.

Blood damage that has been detailed through sophisticated research methods is the “missing link” to explain many negative health conditions ranging from heart problems, cancers, reduced immunity, and death. Blood damage is the key biologic explanation for harmful vaccine impacts. Note that I am using the word “vaccine” but fully recognize that COVID vaccines/boosters are not real vaccines, but a form of genetic treatment that, unlike real vaccines, do not actually and truly prevent or cure COVID.

As to deaths, data from Europe, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada on total excess mortality countrywide in 2022 that are greater than in 2020 and 2021 are best explained by widespread COVID vaccine use in 2022 and not COVID infection deaths.

Please understand that ordinary blood testing you may get from your physician’s laboratory orders is not the same as the research techniques used to document vaccine-induced blood damage. Do not let cognitive dissonance stand in the way of your acceptance of these frightening research results.

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Conditioned for War with Russia, by Ray McGovern

Only a tiny pool of Americans understands that there’s a Russian side to the story concerning the war with Ukraine. From Ray McGovern at consortiumnews.com:

Ray McGovern reviews key pieces of background  that — thanks to the media — few Americans know about the widest war in 77 years that is now on our doorstep.

Jan. 16, 2017: U.S. Vice President Joe Biden traveling to Kiev. (U.S. Embassy Kyiv, Flickr)

Thanks to Establishment media, the sorcerer apprentices advising President Joe Biden — I refer to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, National Security Advisor Jacob Sullivan and China specialist Kurt Campbell – will have no trouble rallying Americans for the widest war in 77 years, starting in Ukraine, and maybe spreading to China. And, shockingly, under false pretenses.

Most Americans are oblivious to the reality that Western media are owned and operated by the same corporations that make massive profits by helping to stoke small wars and then peddling the necessary weapons.

Corporate leaders and Ivy-mantled elites, educated to believe in U.S. “exceptionalism,” find the lucre and the luster too lucrative to be able to think straight. They deceive themselves into thinking that (a) the U.S. cannot lose a war; (b) escalation can be calibrated and wider war can be limited to Europe; and (c) China can be expected to just sit on the sidelines. The attitude, consciously or unconsciously, “Not to worry. And, in any case, the lucre and luster are worth the risk.”

The media also know they can always trot out died-in-the-wool Russophobes to “explain,” for example, why the Russians are “almost genetically driven” to do evil (James Clapper, former national intelligence director and now hired savant on CNN); or Fiona Hill (former national intelligence officer for Russia), who insists “Putin wants to evict the United States from Europe … As he might put it: “Goodbye, America. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.”

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M’kay Ultra MAGA, by Good Citizen

How long can they keep up the brainwashing and how many will continue to succumb? From Good Citizen at thegoodcitizen.substack.com:

Waiting for the election false flag already signaled by the dementia patient in the high castle.

Trying to predict the future has always been a goal of those seeking wealth and riches or to build confidence in others willing to part with their money to hear some dynamite prophecies.

The names real or fictional are familiar to all by now: Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, Baba Vanga, Larry Silverstein, Alex Jones, Bill Gates, Larry Fink, Biff Tanen.

Larry Silverstein bought a mega insurance policy on the World Trade Center towers just a few months before their controlled demolition. As the new owner of the trade center complex, he spent every morning eating breakfast atop the North Tower at Windows on The World, but on that morning he had a “medical appointment”.

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His insurance policy paid off $4.7 Billion six years later.

Three months before Silverstein’s “medical appointment” Alex Jones said those towers would be attacked, and the government would be involved and immediately blame Osama Bin Laden. Establishment mid-wits who thought it was a brilliant idea to scorch and raze half of the middle east in the aftermath of those events, and who are presently pushing for nuclear armageddon through their puppet Nazi-loving cocaine comic in Ukraine spent the next two decades calling Alex Jones a crazed conspiracy theorist.

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mRNA Covid shots for kids are dead, by Alex Berenson

Nobody wants em. From Alex Berenson at alexberenson.substack.com:

Only 325,000 of the 19 million children under 5 are fully vaccinated, not even 2 percent. Cue the excuses from vaccine fanatics

Even Elmo couldn’t save the mRNAs.

The verdict is so obvious even the Washington Post noticed: despite a massive media and public relations campaign, American parents have overwhelmingly rejected Covid shots for their youngest children.

Three months after federal regulators okayed mRNA vaccines for kids under 5, more than 98 percent of them have not been fully vaccinated.

Put another way, out of any group of 50 children under 5, not even ONE is likely to have been fully vaccinated for Covid. And parents who started the process of vaccinating their children are having second thoughts. About 7 in 10 of of the 1.2 million children under 5 who received a first shot have not completed their vaccinations.

The rejection stretches across red and blue states. Even in Rhode Island and Hawaii, where over 90 percent of adults have received Covid shots, 97 percent of children are not vaccinated.

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PATRICK LAWRENCE: Appointment in Samarkand

There is a lot of important things going on in the parts of the world that are not considered part of the West among those countries’ governments. You’d never know it from the U.S. mainstream media. From Patrick Lawrence at consortiumnews.com:

Western coverage of last week’s summit in Uzbekistan brings us face-to-face with the extent to which Americans are not supposed to see the world turning. 

Only in America, Land of Opportunists, can you awaken on an early autumn Sunday to a headline such as this in our once-but-no-longer newspaper of record: “The U.S. Vowed to Defend Central American Democracy. Autocrats Had Other Plans.”

Sit with this for a few moments, readers. Let yourselves laugh, or do the other thing, or maybe you will do some of both, as I did.

Now we can consider how the Western press reported the summit of non­–Western powers in Samarkand last week and what went on when Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, met with Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi, his Chinese and Indian counterparts.

Once again we find that The New York Times is perfectly willing to tell us the nighttime is not dark, the sky is not blue, and water does not run from faucets. Once again the elite cliques the Times speaks for do not want us to understand the world as it truly is.

The gathering last Thursday and Friday in Uzbekistan was the 22nd session of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, a conference of Asian and Central Asian nations China set in motion in 2001 — or in 1996, if we count a modest forerunner called the S–5. At present the SCO has eight members — China, Russia, the Central Asian republics, India and Pakistan — plus the old Commonwealth of Independent States, the Collective Security Treaty Organization, and lots of observers and “dialogue partners.”

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‘Reporting Live From Kyiv’, by Jim Fitzgerald

Many of the so-called journalists who are supposedly reporting on the Ukraine-Russia war don’t have a clue as to what’s actually going on. It’s not entirely their fault. From Jim Fitzgerald at antiwar.com:

The war in Ukraine, perhaps more than any other war before it, is being waged with words.

Of course, words have played an important role in every war, but in the past correspondents have operated much closer to the conflict than they are in Ukraine.

Back in April of this year, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour bragged from the InterContinental hotel in Kyiv that “This hotel is going to join the ranks of some of the great war hotels for journalists around the world. We had the Holiday Inn in Sarajevo, the Palestine Hotel in Iraq…and now the Intercontinental in Kyiv.”

Of course, this begs the question, “Why are all the war correspondents from the major news outlets all huddled together in the same five star hotel in Kyiv?” Last time I checked, the war was over 800 kilometers east and south of Kyiv. It seems reasonable to believe that the job of a war correspondent is to get as close to war as possible in order to cover it as accurately and as objectively as possible.

So, what’s going on here?

Veteran foreign correspondent Patrick Lawrence says it straight out, correspondents in Ukraine are simply “not allowed to cover this conflict at close range. Their foreign editors do not want them to and the Ukrainians will not let them. Neither wants daily reports of a slow march to defeat.”

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What Happened to America’s Civil Libertarians? By Matt Taibbi

Civil libertarians by definition are in opposition to the state, but now many former civil libertarians are cheerleaders for the government. From Matt Taibbi at taibbi.substack.com:

I’ve always been more liberal than leftist — living in the Soviet Union and its successor states will tend to make you queasy about both ends of the political spectrum — but still fit more on the blue side of the aisle, and for a long time, took pride in this. In the Bush years especially it was left-leaning lawyers and antiwar activists who were able to look past gruesome current headlines about 9/11 or anthrax or bombings in Jakarta or London, and see the long-term damage being done to the national character through surrender on issues like torture, rendition, assassination, and watch-listing. The ACLU mattered in those years.

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Putin: Terrorists Near Russian Nuclear Power Plants, by Ray McGovern

You would think Putin’s allegation would have received at least a little press, but it didn’t. From Ray McGovern at antiwar.com:

Corporate media somehow missed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s shocking charge, at his press conference Friday:

“We even see attempts at perpetrating terrorist attacks in the Russian Federation, including – I am not sure if this was made public – attempts to carry out terrorist attacks near our nuclear facilities, nuclear power plants in the Russian Federation. I am not even talking about the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.”

Putin was answering what seemed to be a canned question about Russia’s “restraint” amid, what the questioner called increasing “strikes, raids and acts of terror even on Russian territory. We are hearing all the time very aggressive statements that the final goal of Kiev and the West is Russia’s disintegration. Meanwhile, many think that Russia’s response to all of this is very restrained. Why is that?

Putin addressed the question frontally:

“With regard to our restrained response, I would not say it was restrained … after all, a special military operation is not just another warning, but a military operation. In the course of this, we are seeing attempts to perpetrate terrorist attacks and damage our civilian infrastructure.

“Indeed, we were quite restrained in our response, but that will not last forever. Recently, Russian Armed Forces delivered a couple of sensitive blows in that area [civilian infrastructure]. Let’s call them warning shots. If the situation continues like that, our response will be more impactful. Terrorist attacks are a serious matter. … We see this in the killing of officials in the liberated territories, we even see attempts at perpetrating terrorist attacks in the Russian Federation.”

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