Watching a Project Veritas undercover sting operation invariably leaves me with mixed feelings. On the one hand, I’m struck with admiration for yet another one of James O’Keefe’s bold strokes against the corrupt empire that now dominates our world. On the other hand, I’m shocked by the disclosure that the Empire is staffed by such moral and intellectual lightweights.
Here he is giddily talking about deliberately mutating SARS-CoV-2 by means of “directed evolution” in order to keep Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine gravy train going. Click on he image below to watch the entire revolting spectacle.
It’s hard to fathom that the villains in our great spiritual struggle are creatures of such shallow levity. If I were tasked with writing a novel about this terrible drama, the real-life bad guys would give me nothing to work with. Instead of the mystery, depth, and malevolent cunning of Richard III and Iago, I’m left with characters who resemble Derek Zoolander’s friends who blow up the gas station. Heaven help us.
The BND noted being “alarmed” by the high number of losses Ukraine is suffering. The BND’s report to the German government said Ukraine was likely losing a “three-digit number” of soldiers daily as it fights against Russians and pro-Russian separatists in the ongoing Battle of Bakhmut in the disputed Donetsk Oblast (province).
The BND believes this will have severe consequences, especially in future battles when Ukraine is likely to not have enough soldiers to man the frontlines or to repel any future Russian counteroffensives.
This intelligence is in line with previous assessments of Ukrainian casualties during key battles and operations.
One official that spoke with Reuters noted that the U.S. is attempting to persuade Kyiv to hold off on a major offensive against Russian forces until the latest supply of Western weaponry is in place and training has been provided.
Talks between the U.S. and Ukraine on any future offensives have been in the context of ensuring that the latter’s armed forces are able to devote enough time to training on the latest weaponry provided by the Americans and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). This is in the belief that any offensive to regain contested territory would stand to be more successful should the Ukrainians take advantage of the training and the new infusions of Western weaponry.
But Kyiv is desperate to take control of Bakhmut and push forward. The BND’s report to German officials notes that if Russia is able to drive Ukrainian forces out of the city, it will open the door for additional gains in the Donetsk Oblast.
Bakhmut has seen fierce fighting for several months, but the intensity of the conflict in the area picked up in the new year after Russian forces made some gains in the city.
This is why the latest supply of weaponry from NATO and the U.S. includes armored vehicles, said the official, including, for the first time, tanks from Germany.
On another front of the conflict, American officials are advising Ukraine to adjust how it conducts the war away from trying to go toe-to-toe with Russia in terms of artillery fire because Moscow will end up gaining the advantage through sheer attrition.
Learn more about the conflict in Ukraine at WWIII.news.
Levant and Yemini approached Bourla as he was walking down the street to ask him questions the corporate-controlled media never asks: things like how early he learned that the shots do not stop transmission, and why he never warned the public about this.
Bourla and his entourage ignored all the questions, with the only words coming out of Bourla’s mouth early on being have a nice day as he strolled quickly to the next World Economic Forum (WEF) session.
“You said it was 100% effective, then 90%, then 80%, then 70%. But we now know that the vaccines do not stop transmission. Why did you keep that secret?” Levant pressed Bourla.
“I won’t have a nice day. Why did you keep it secret that your vaccine did not stop transmission?”
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When will Albert Bourla face prosecution and prison time for his crimes against humanity?
Yemini pressed Bourla for a public apology to the world for all his deception, as well as for refunds to the countries that were bilked into buying Pfizer’s covid jabs under false pretenses.
“Are you not ashamed of what you’ve done?” he asked Bourla, who kept his head down and acted as though he could not hear the men speaking to him.
“Do you have apologies to the public, sir?” Levant then added.
The fact of the matter is that Bourla raked in many millions for himself from the scam, while his company raked in tens of billions. And with each new booster, Bourla and his company generate even more cash for themselves.
People everywhere who took the shots are developing heart problems or dropping dead while Bourla jets around in his private plane, or jaunts around on his private yacht. Something is very wrong here.
“Are you worried about product liability?” Levant asked Bourla. “Are you worried about myocarditis? What do you have to say about young men dropping dead of heart attacks every day? Why won’t you answer these basic questions?”
As Bourla struggled to find the door to his next event in order to evade the men and their questions, they proceeded to ask Bourla if he thinks he should be criminally charged for his participation in these crimes against humanity. They also wanted to know how many boosters will be enough for Bourla to be happy with his earnings.
Bourla was also caught in a secret meeting at Davos that was not on his official schedule, and Levant and Yemini wanted to know about that, too.
“Will you disclose who you met with?” Levant asked Bourla. “Who did you pay commissions to? In the past, Pfizer has paid $2.3 billion in fines for deceptive marketing. Have you engaged in that same conduct again? Are you under investigation like you were before for your deceptive marketing?”
More related news about Bourla and his ilk can be found at Evil.news.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez shared details about the common currency talks in a jointly-written article. The piece published in the website of the tabloid Perfil explained that a shared currency could reduce “external vulnerabilities.”
“We intend to overcome the barriers to our exchanges, simplify and modernize the rules and encourage the use of local currencies,” the two presidents noted. “We also decided to advance discussions on a common South American currency that can be used for both financial and commercial flows, reducing cost operations and our external vulnerability.”
The article noted that the plan will focus on how a new currency – which Brazil proposes naming as “sur” or south in English – could boost regional trade and reduce reliance on the U.S. dollar.
“Together with our partners, we want Mercosur to constitute a platform for our effective integration into the world, through the joint negotiation of balanced trade agreements that respond to our strategic development objectives.”
Argentinian Economic Minister Sergio Massa said Brasilia and Buenos Aries will invite other nations in Latin America to join the sur. He claimed, however, that he didn’t want to create any “false expectations” and that the talks between the countries are “the first step on a long road which Latin America must travel.”
Lula explained that the sur would initially be limited to Argentina and Brazil for trade and transactions. It could then be later adopted by other Mercosur members, he added.
But according to a report by the Associated Press, the proposed common currency did not sit well with some analysts. They pointed out that neither Brasilia nor Buenos Aires “is positioned to tackle such a complicated undertaking or instill confidence in the idea with global markets.”
Economists were quick to question the logic of the plan between the South American neighbors as economic conditions are deteriorating in Argentina, where nearly four in 10 people live in poverty. They also mentioned that even though Brazil is in an objectively better place economically, the country is “hardly a beacon of success.”
Moreover, the analysts pointed to multiple foreign exchange rates in both countries that include an illegal one employed in backrooms by money-changers. The practice has been so entrenched that this so-called “blue dollar” rate is published daily in newspapers.
“Neither country has the initial conditions to make this succeed and attract others,” tweeted Mohamed A. El-Erian, former CEO of premier fixed-income investment managers Pimco. “The best this initiative can hope for is that talk creates some political cover for much-needed economic reforms.”
Brendan McKenna, an emerging-markets economist and foreign-exchange strategist at Wells Fargo, pointed out that the proposal is “a bad idea.” He added that the disparity between the two nations’ economic conditions leaves it no chance of materializing.
According to a report by the Olive Oil Times, the European Commission (EC) approved on Jan. 6 the use of house crickets (Acheta domesticus) in powdered form as an ingredient for several food items. The go signal from the EC was in response to a 2019 application filed by the Vietnam-based insect protein company Cricket One. Food producers can now include partially de-fatted and powdered A. domesticus following the move.
The EC permitted the addition of cricket powder in the following food items – pizzas; pasta-based products; nuts and oilseeds; snacks and sauces; meat preparations and soups; multigrain bread and rolls; crackers and bread sticks; cereal bars; dry premixes for baked products; biscuits and processed potato products; legume- and vegetable-based dishes; whey powder; maize flour-based snacks; beer-like beverages; and chocolate confectionery.
The commission’s positive response to Cricket One’s application was backed up by the scientific opinion of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which verified and approved the safety of the new powder.
The EU’s food regulator also approved the powder production process, which begins with a 24-hour fasting period for the crickets. The insects are then frozen, washed and thermally processed. The resulting product is then processed once more to remove oils and then transformed into dried-up powder.
Also on Jan. 6, the EC approved the introduction of lesser mealworm (Alphitobius diaperinus) larvae – in frozen, paste, dried and powdered form – to the consumer food market. The EFSA likewise deemed lesser mealworms as safe for human consumption. Aside from being an ingredient, A. diaperinus will also be used as a food supplement.
The new regulations regarding A. domesticus and A. diaperinus will take effect by the end of January. Food containing these insect products, however, will require appropriate labels. Some researchers believe these food items could cause reactions in consumers allergic to mollusks, crustaceans and dust mites.
Insect consumption aligns with globalist WEF’s goal
The two insect preparations will join the list of insect foods approved by the EC – including the larvae of the yellow mealworm beetle (Tenebrio molitor) and dried migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) powder. Moreover, eight other insect products are still being evaluated by the commission.
According to the EC’s website, “the consumption of insects … contributes positively to the environment, to health and [to] livelihoods.” It noted that insects “are a highly nutritious and healthy food source with high fat, protein, vitamin, fiber and mineral content. Therefore, they are an alternative protein source facilitating the shift towards healthy and sustainable diets.”
First, it argued that insects require “fewer resources than conventional breeding.” The piece continued: “Studies suggest that for the same amount of protein produced, insects – mealworms in particular – require much less land than other sources of animal proteins. A study on crickets suggests they are twice as efficient in converting feed to meat as chicken, at least four times more efficient than pigs and 12 times more efficient than cattle.”
It also pointed out that raising insects for human consumption is “more sustainable,” arguing that “insect rearing is less expensive than conventional farming in terms of CO2, water, surface area and raw materials.”
(Natural News) Bananas are a staple for more than 400 million people in many tropical and subtropical countries and vital in a well-balanced diet, according to a study published in the journal Frontiers in Plant Science.
Nutritionists and dieticians say the main reason to eat bananas is that they contain so much natural energy without any of the side effects of excessive carbohydrate consumption that one can get from processed foods.
According to the U.S.Department of Agriculture (USDA), a regular-sized 100-gram banana provides you with water (74.91g), energy (89kcal), protein (1.09g), fat (0.33g), carbohydrates (22,84g), fiber (2.6g), sugars (12.23g), carotene, choline, cryptoxanthin, lycopene and lutein + zeaxanthin.
Bananas also provide vitamins A, C (ascorbic acid) D (D2 +D3), E (alpha-tocopherol), K (phylloquinone) and B vitamins thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pyridoxine (B6), folic acid, folate (B9) and cobalamin (B12), as well as minerals, including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc.
Bananas are an antioxidant powerhouse
Bananas are a good source of natural, potent antioxidants that neutralize free radicals due to their gallocatechin content, according to a study published in the journal Food Chemistry.
A study published in the journal Food Science & Nutrition has indicated that banana fruit peel and flesh are abundant in valuable phytochemicals, including amines, carotenoids, flavonoids carotenoids, fatty acids, phytosterols, polyphenols and polysaccharides.
Amines (dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin and tyramine) play an essential role in cell membrane stabilization, immune functions and prevention of chronic diseases as they participate in nucleic acid and protein synthesis, according to a study published in the Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics.
Flavonoids (quercetin, cyanidin) found in bananas possess a number of medicinal benefits, including anti-cancer, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties, according to a study published in the journal Molecules.
Carotenoids present in bananas include lycopene, which provides protection against prostate cancer among men, and lutein, which serves as an inhibitor of age-related macular degeneration.
Phytosterols (beta-sitosterol) in bananas help manage blood cholesterol levels – reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack or stroke, according to a study published in the International Journal of Food Science and Technology.
Bananas provide potassium
Potassium is probably the most well-known benefit of why you should consume bananas – but not all potassium benefits are known.
A study of nearly 25,000 British men and women between the ages of 40 and 79, published in the Europen Heart Journal, has found that both men and women with the highest potassium intake were at lower risk for heart-related problems regardless of salt intake.
Potassium helps the body to flush out the extra sodium in the urine and eases tension in blood vessel walls.
Bananas support a healthy gut and a well-functioning immune system
Unripe, green bananas are rich in resistant starch and pectin – compounds that act as prebiotic nutrients which feed the friendly bacteria in the digestive system and help boost the immune system.
This fruit has a soothing effect on the gut, thanks to its high content of pectin, a soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol and normalize bowel function. The high-fiber content of bananas also helps promote feelings of fullness and reduce bloating, according to a study published in the journal Nutrients.
Make one to two bananas a part of your balanced diet to get all the nutrients your body needs every day.