Senator Rand Paul doubled down on his staunch opposition to further funding for the war in Ukraine Thursday, blasting the visiting President Zelensky as a leader of a corrupt regime “begging for more money.”
“It’s not even just going to armaments. You realize we’re funding the pension of their government workers and we complain about bloated government here. They’ve got bloated government and they’ve got corruption. And the American taxpayer, people are struggling in our country, are asked to fund it. I think it’s wrong. And I think most of the American people, frankly, are with me,” Paul said during a Fox Business interview.
Paul also noted that Zelensky has cancelled Democracy in the country.
Satanism normalizes sickness. Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman, left, epitomizes the Cabalist’s method. The Senate dress code has been changed to accommodate this mentally challenged individual. Being “inclusive” is the pretext given to destroy civilized values.
Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman goes on three-minute rant about his ‘inability to fully process language’ and then tears up over claims he’s faced bullying over his disability – amid controversy over the change of dress code to suit him
Fetterman, 54, spoke in front of guests with disabilities at the US Senate Special Committee on Aging on Thursday. He began to tear up as he addressed criticism and mockery that he has faced over his disability.
America is a happy, well-functioning democracy. If you believe that, you are probably seriously ill. The country is so happy that the number of U.S. suicide deaths reached an all-time high in 2022, according to provisional data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). An estimated 49,449 people died by suicide in the United States last year, up 2.6 percent from the estimated 48,183 in 2021. That is just the tip of the iceberg of human suffering in America, which still pays a high price for COVID lockdowns and the total dishonesty of public health officials and top administrators at the FDA and CDC.
Eighty years ago, Germans might have said fine, confine, imprison, and take the kids away from the Jews. That’s about the size of at least half the Democratic party. You might as well start calling it the fascist democratic party. Democracy is dead in America; the politicians don’t give a hoot for the people, and half the people hate the other half. That does not make for a promising future.
“No matter how you slice it… the polls show that there’s only one person who’s likely to challenge Joe Biden and defeat him for reelection, and that’s the person whom Biden’s DOJ happens to be prosecuting in multiple cases…”
“The Democrats and the media run a constant clown show, but the Republicans play along as useless puppets, willfully participating in a system designed to destroy them. The Republican party is allowing itself to be rigged by playing by the rules of an old system that no longer exists. The Democrats, bureaucracy, and media are vicious apparatchiks. They are a dirty and obvious enemy who clearly need to be fought. The Republicans are worse because they don’t see their own participation in the Big Lie,” writes Melissa Mackenzie.
The tone and tenor of U.S. politics have been slipping into chaos in recent years. And now Americans are characterizing their prevailing sentiment toward 2024 as one of “great fear, especially in the face of impending evil,” which probably shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Conservatives have had enough of the insanity governing America and will likely force much of the government to shut down at the end of the month. Americans would be much better off with a smaller government, yet nothing can stop the consequence of being bankrupt and over 30 trillion dollars in debt. Don’t be surprised when Humpty Dumpy falls off the brick wall and shatters into a thousand pieces.
James Howard Kunstler writes, “If you are shocked and bewildered that totalitarian tyranny creeps through our country without opposition, the reason is simple: there is no official opposition. The capture of government looks nearly complete by a party that lusts to punish its citizens for the pleasure of watching them suffer while it steals everything they’ve worked for and forecloses their future. At least half the country objects to this. Where is a party that stands for them? In the natural order of the American system, a Republican Party would have stepped up to check the wretched excesses of a Democratic Party bent on breaking everything that has allowed people to thrive in this land: property law, economic liberty, free speech, now even your physical health.”
These are two of the ugliest people in the world, and they look the part though Bill Gates should be standing next to them. Dr. Faui, too. The American president sends 900 dollars from every American to Ukraine to protect its borders but will not lift a finger to protect America’s borders. He also wants to mandate new COVID-19 vaccines even though he knows absolutely nothing about medicine. And he could not say a word for a week about the suffering of the people of Hawaii nor address the unforgivable burning at the stake (in their own homes) of children there.
Brucha Weisberger writes, “The directives emanating from “experts” now are beyond shocking. Having abandoned all pretense of “following science” and being “evidence-based,” health officials and media are making a major propaganda push for people to get THREE JABS this fall: abrand new covid shot (which has not gone through any reported trials for safety or efficacy at all),the latestflu shot,and thenewly unveiled RSV vaccine, which comes with very concerning safety datafrom the trials.”
Most Americans realize that something has gone horribly wrong, but most of them also believe that sending the right people to Washington is the answer.
“How many pharmaceutical CEOs have been arrested? How many politicians and government employees have been arrested? How many medical doctors have lost their licenses for lying to their patients and participating in the deployment of bioweapons? How many medical doctors and healthcare workers have lost their licenses for denying healthcare to people not injected with these bioweapons? How many people have been charged with racketeering or bioweapon law violations,” asks Dr. Joseph Sansone.
The mother of Ashli Babbitt said Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and the Capitol Police officer who shot her daughter should be hanged.
Insanity is ruling America, and I am afraid for all my friends and family there. Things will go from bad to worse, and it seems evident that nothing can be done about it. Around 23% of the U.S. population is estimated to have at least one mental illness. On average, approximately 3% of the population suffers from psychotic episodes, and 1% is full-blown psychopathic (incapable of empathy and takes joy in the suffering of others). America is a sick nation full of psychologically disturbed people without recourse to fix the problem.
Dr. David Martin has to be one of the most brilliant minds on the planet, and he holds nothing back about the absolute criminals that dominate public health and medicine. I have been surprised, and still am, that Americans and Europeans have not pulled out the pitchforks and surrounded the FDA, CDC, and WHO buildings. Everyone who works for these organizations is a terrorist because they willingly work for these abominable terrorist organizations. Democracy has been a cover for letting these and many other organizations get away with murder.
Dr. Naomi Wolf writes, “The corporate, mainstream media is trying to convince millions of Americans—through their endless promotion of recent smears and hit pieces —that our opinions about the global assault on liberty, and the compelling evidence we present about crimes of tyranny, are no more than a “conspiracy rabbit hole.”
Forty percent of likely U.S. voters believe that Joe Biden must win the next presidential election “or the United States is doomed.” Per the poll, 40% of likely U.S. voters agree with the statement, “Joe Biden must be re-elected president next year, or the United States is doomed,” which includes 25% who strongly agree. 53% are in disagreement, which includes 43% who strongly disagree. Nearly half the country believes our nation is “doomed” if Joe Biden does not win in 2024. The same poll also found that 45 percent of likely U.S. voters think Donald Trump must win the next presidential election “or the United States is doomed”…
It Pays to Be a Criminal
Mom, when I grow up, I want to be a criminal and then be president of the United States. Another boy says, Mom, when I grow up, I want to make sure I kill thousands of people working at the head of a medical or health organization like the FDA. Another one says I want to be a criminal and poison people with injections as the head of a pharmaceutical company.
I am a liberal forced to be a conservative as the progressives have moved into dishonesty, terrorism, and shame. Yet each side of the divide wants the other to kowtow and follow what they believe. Though I would like to side with Republicans, they are hypocrites. They are all in for war and killing people and want to control women’s bodies with abortion laws, even in complex medical situations.
Too many politicians are willing to risk every American’s life via nuclear war. It is never a good idea to kill or cause death, but tell that to the pharmaceutical companies, and they will only laugh as they count their countless billions from COVID-19 vaccines.
19 years ago today, J.J. Abrams’s brilliant science-fiction drama Lost debuted on ABC. Running from 2004 to 2010, the show charted a course over six seasons, comprising a total of 121 episodes. The plot follows a group of airline passengers stranded on a deserted island after their plane crashes. Due to its large ensemble cast and the cost of filming primarily on location in Oahu, Hawaii, the series was one of the most expensive on television, with the pilot alone costing over $14 million. Despite this, it has been described as one of the greatest shows in the history of television. READ some more without spoilers… (2004)
At the heart of the series is a complex and cryptic storyline, which spawned numerous questions and discussions among viewers. Encouraged by Lost’s writers and stars, who often interacted with fans online, viewers and TV critics alike took to widespread theorizing in an attempt to unravel the mysteries of the mysterious island.
The series was conceived by Lloyd Braun, head of ABC at the time, while he was on vacation in Hawaii in 2003 as a television adaptation of the 2000 Tom Hanks film Cast Away, crossed with elements of the popular reality show Survivor, but with added bits of Giligans Island and Lord of the Flies. His colleagues, however, thought the idea laughable.
During its sixth and final season, the show averaged over 11 million U.S. viewers per episode. Lost was the recipient of hundreds of industry award nominations throughout its run and won numerous of these awards.
MORE Good News on this Day:
The (first) French Republic was established following the revolution (1792)
President Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, declaring that all slaves in rebel states should be freed beginning in January of the following year (1862)
Independence Day in Bulgaria (1908); and Mali (1960)
Fiddler on the Roof, a play set in 1905 Russia, opened on Broadway and later became the first musical theater run in history to surpass 3,000 performances (1964)
David Hempleman-Adams became the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean in an open-air, wicker-basket hot-air balloon (2003)
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page was made an honorary citizen of Rio de Janeiro for his work helping Brazilian street children by opening Casa Jimmy (Jimmy’s House), which had supported more than 300 kids since 1998 (2005)
An email led to the creation of Airbnb when Joe suggested to Brian that they turn their place into a bed and breakfast for designers attending a 4-day conference (2007)
24 years ago today, The West Wing debuted on NBC. Created by political pop culture specialist Aaron Sorkin, it ran for 154 episodes across 7 seasons. Set largely in the west wing of the White House, where the Oval Office and other executive offices are, the fictional president Jedidiah Bartlet is played by Martin Sheen, and has been described as an amalgamation of John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton.
The West Wing has been ranked among the best television shows of all time in publications such as Time, TV Guide, Empire, Rolling Stone, and the New York Daily News.
It received a war chest of accolades, including two Peabody Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and 26 Primetime Emmy Awards, including the award for Outstanding Drama Series, which it won four consecutive times from 2000 to 2003. (1999)
In 2011, The New York Times even reported the then-fledgling government of Myanmar used DVDs of The West Wing episodes to study democracy, which was subsequently corroborated by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the following year.
32 years ago today, a long-running, bitter dispute among biblical scholars over access to the Dead Sea Scrolls ended as The Huntington Library in California released a complete set of photocopies of the priceless Hebrew manuscripts that date to the age of Jesus.
Also known as the Qumran Caves Scrolls, for the location they were found, 3,000 photographs of the artifacts on microfilm became instantly available online to universities.
Called the greatest archaeological find of the 20th century, some of the documents, which are now in the Israel Museum, were well-preserved, almost intact manuscripts of parchment and papyrus in the Hebrew and Aramaic languages.
The texts have great historical, religious, and linguistic significance because they include the second-oldest known surviving manuscripts of works later included in the Hebrew Bible, along with deuterocanonical and extra-biblical manuscripts that preserve evidence of the diversity of religious thought in late Second Temple Judaism.
The initial discovery of the handwritten parchments, housed in jars inside 11 caves for safekeeping, was made in 1946 and 1947 by Bedouin shepherds who stumbled upon the first of a few caves. (1991)
22 years ago today, 35 American TV networks and cable channels simultaneously aired ‘A Tribute to Heroes’, a live commercial-free benefit concert and telethon organized to raise money for victims and their families– especially firefighters– following the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center.
Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, Bon Jovi, U2, Sting, Céline Dion, and Willie Nelson were some of the performers. Actor George Clooney organized celebrities to perform or staff the telephones to take pledges. Stars included Jack Nicholson, Tom Hanks, Jim Carrey, Robin Williams, Will Smith, Cameron Diaz, and many more. They raised over $200 million, including funds from DVD and CD sales, for the September 11 Fund. (2001)
Also, Happy 65th birthday to Joan Jett, who took her mother’s maiden name and jetted to fame as the founding member and singer of The Runaways and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts.
When she was 14, she quit guitar lessons because she didn’t want to learn folk songs, and later made three albums certified Platinum or Gold. The songwriter is known for hits like “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll,” “Cherry Bomb,” and “Bad Reputation“—from her 1980 debut LP of the same name. Jett appeared with Michael J. Fox in the film Light of Day, as they portrayed rockers in a bar band. The film, The Runaways, chronicled the band’s career, and starred Twilight’sKristen Stewart playing Jett. (1958)
And, 54 years ago today, The Band released their self-titled album, with songs like Up on Cripple Creek and The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down which became critically acclaimed folk-rock classics.
They wanted to produce a collection of songs evoking an Americana past, though the members of the group were Canadian. Known for being Bob Dylan’s band while he toured, The Band recorded this LP, their second, in a pool house on the grounds of a residence belonging to Sammy Davis, Jr.
The group’s chief songwriter and guitarist Robbie Robertson said they chose the location in order to give the songs a certain basement-tapes feeling. It reached #9 on the Billboard chart and later was preserved into the National Recording Registry as an album that was “culturally, historically, or aesthetically important, and reflects life in the United States.”
The other band members included Levon Helm on drums and vocals, singer-songwriter Rick Danko on bass, and multi-instrumentalists Garth Hudson and Richard Manuel. (1969)
And, 37 years ago today, the first Farm Aid benefit concert was held to raise money for family farmers in the United States. The concert was organized by Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young, spurred on by Bob Dylan’s comments at Live Aid earlier in that year that he hoped some of the money would help American farmers in danger of losing their farms through mortgage debt. The show at the University of Illinois’ Memorial Stadium in Champaign raised $7 million, with a crowd of 80,000 people enjoying performances by Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, B.B. King, Roy Orbison, John Fogerty, Bonnie Raitt, and Tom Petty.
Willie and the other founders had originally thought that they could have one concert and the problem would be solved, but they realized they needed to do more. As a result, Farm Aid is still raising money with its annual concert and working to increase awareness of the importance of family farms.
Singer-songwriters Norah Jones, Jack Johnson, and Boz Scaggs are joining the 2020 music festival this Saturday, September 26, when Farm Aid will mark its 35th anniversary with a virtual at-home festival experience streaming on FarmAid.org and their YouTube channel, AXS TV, and SiriusXM at 8 pm EDT, according to the board of directors, which currently includes Nelson, Mellencamp, Young, and Dave Matthews—who will also perform. The funds raised are used to pay the farmer’s expenses and provide food, legal and financial help.
The organization also operates an emergency hotline that offers farmers resources and advice about challenges they’re experiencing. They lobbied Congress which subsequently passed the Agricultural Credit Act of 1987 to save farms from foreclosure. Farm Aid also operates a disaster fund to help farmers devastated by natural disasters, such as the victims of Hurricane Katrina. All this, and the fact that the movement also spurred the organic-local food revolution. WATCH a little story about how it happened… (1985)
A protein long believed to be linked with Alzheimer’s has now been identified as a potential smoking gun for the most common cause of mortal childbirth complications after a drug was shown to have cure-like effects in mice.
Pre-eclampsia is a pregnancy complication that affects up to 8% of pregnancies globally and is the leading cause of maternal and fetal mortality due to premature delivery, complications with the placenta, and lack of oxygen.
It was during the course of looking for a treatment for pre-eclampsia that Brown University’s Surendra Sharma and Sukanta Jash discovered that a key marker for the disease was also present in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.
Cis P-tau protein is a toxic amyloid found abundantly in the brains of people with strokes, Alzheimer’s disease, traumatic brain injury, and other cognitive degeneration, an association discovered by Drs. Kun Ping Lu and Xiao Zhen Zhou from Western Ontario University.
Dr. Zhou was in the middle of trialing an antibody drug that targeted cis P-tau while leaving other proteins unharmed.
Drs. Sharma and Jash were curious whether the same antibody could work as a potential treatment for pre-eclampsia. Upon testing the antibody in mouse models they found astonishing results.
“In this study, we found the cis P-tau antibody efficiently depleted the toxic protein in the blood and placenta, and corrected all features associated with pre-eclampsia in mice,” Dr. Sharma told the Western University press.
“Clinical features of pre-eclampsia, like elevated blood pressure, excessive protein in urine, and fetal growth restriction, among others, were eliminated and pregnancy was normal.”
Lu and Sharma had met at Brown in 2019, where Lu was invited to give a lecture on his research. Following an engaging session and a few dinners together, a collaboration between the Western researchers and Brown was forged.
“Science surprises us. I had never thought of working on finding a therapy for preeclampsia,” Lu admitted. “It also shows that a collaboration can be transformative.”
Sharma and his team at Brown have been working on developing an assay for early detection of preeclampsia and therapies to treat the condition. He believes the findings of this study have brought them closer to their goal.
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