8 Comments on Ireland Passes Law Making It ILLEGAL To Read Non-Mainstream News Sources
No wonder James Joyce left and never looked back. Stream-of-consciousness is banned. You know who you are!
Those of semiteness behind the curtain running it all of course
Synagogue of satan + LGBT = such legislation
“The new legislation means that anything viewed online that has been deemed “hateful” by fact-checkers will result in prison time”…..yeah, and who will be checking the “fact-checkers”.
Now this is a crime to be worthy of going to jail for.
So here i what you do, Irish folks (and I am part Irish, so there!)–read what’s in the MSM, and believe the opposite!
Sigh. What a terrible thing for the Irish to allow. I always felt as if they were a bit too stubborn to gulp down the Central Bank Clan’s B.S. “media”. It has become quite obvious they only relief from their vicious evil must come from the return of The Christ as laid out in Revelation.
Puppeticians need to protect the rising NWO from those exposing it with the truth.
An artificial intelligence pioneer nicknamed the “Godfather of AI” has resigned from his position at Big Tech firm Google so he could speak more openly about the potential dangers of the technology.
Before resigning, Dr. Geoffrey Hinton worked at Google on machine learning algorithms for more than a decade. He reportedly earned his nickname due to his lifelong work on neural networks.
However, in a tweet on May 1, Hinton clarified that he left his position at Google “so that I could talk about the dangers of AI.”
In an interview with The New York Times, his most immediate concern with AI was its use in flooding the internet with fake photos, videos and text, to the extent that many won’t “be able to know what is true anymore.”
(Natural News) The United States, for the better part of a century, has been the “indisposable nation” that others turn to when they need just about anything. But suddenly, in the age of the decrepit Joe Biden, a growing number of countries are attempting to move on from America and its currency, the dollar.
According to reports, a coalition of 24 countries is seeking to create a strategic alliance that would challenge the US dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency, which it has held for decades. The BRICS group, composed of five economically aligned countries, is said to be in the process of a significant expansion, The Daily Hodl reported.
South Africa’s BRICS ambassador, Anil Sooklal, has revealed that a total of 24 countries are interested in joining the strategic alliance that aims to challenge the US dollar’s role as the world’s reserve currency. The core collective, consisting of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, is on the verge of a significant expansion, as 13 countries have formally requested to join, and six others have informally expressed their interest in becoming part of the alliance.
The new members include Saudi Arabia, Iran, Argentina, the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Egypt, Bahrain, Indonesia, two unnamed East African countries, and one from West Africa, according to Sooklal, who spoke to Bloomberg.
BRICS was formed in 2006 without including South Africa, which joined in 2010. The new form of fiat currency will likely be backed by other assets, including precious metals like gold, said Russian State Duma Deputy Chairman Alexander Babakov, according to the Russian state-owned news agency Sputnik. Additional details are expected to emerge by the summer, with the next BRICS summit scheduled for late August in South Africa.
Another reason that could contribute to the decline is the emergence of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and cryptocurrencies. Experts have discussed the impact of these innovations on the dollar’s share of the forex market. The US Federal Reserve is currently exploring the possibility of issuing a digital dollar, but it remains to be seen how successful this initiative will be.
The decline of the US dollar’s global dominance has implications for the US economy. For instance, a weaker dollar could lead to higher inflation and make imports more expensive. Additionally, if the dollar loses substantial market share, it could have a negative macroeconomic impact on the US, according to experts.
Since the turn of the century, there has been a decline in the dollar share of international reserves. Despite being the world’s most important currency since the end of World War II, experts argue that dollar dominance leads to increased trade deficits and job losses. Many countries hold reserves in US dollars for various reasons, including to assure creditors that debt payments can be made in foreign currency.
But the recent accelerated move away from the dollar comes after President Donald Trump’s reelection was literally stolen from him and the weak, brain-addled Joe Biden was installed as a puppet. Nations around the world have seen what happened and they believe the U.S. is in major decline now because our system has become so corrupt.
BRICS is just the first global challenge to U.S. dominance. There will be others.
(Natural News) As more information is uncovered about the late financier and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, we learn more about how close he was with some of our country’s most powerful, well-connected people.
Newly released documents, including Epstein’s schedules, reveal that a wider circle of people associated with the convicted sex offender than previously reported, including the nation’s spy chief, a longtime college president, and a top woman in finance, according to The Wall Street Journal.
William Burns, the current Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, had three meetings scheduled with Epstein in 2014, when he was deputy secretary of state. They first met in Washington and then Burns visited Epstein’s townhouse in Manhattan, as shown in the documents, the outlet reported, citing the schedule.
JUST IN: Newly uncovered documents show that Jeffrey Epstein had multiple meetings with current CIA Director William Burns and former White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler.
They met with him AFTER he was a convicted sex offender.
Also, Kathryn Ruemmler, a former White House counsel under President Barack Obama, had dozens of meetings with Epstein before joining Goldman Sachs Group Inc. as a top lawyer in 2020, and he had planned for her to join him on trips to Paris in 2015 and to his private island in the Caribbean in 2017. Epstein was invited to the Bard College campus by its president, Leon Botstein, and brought a group of young female guests. Noam Chomsky, a professor, author, and political activist, was scheduled to have dinner with Epstein at his Manhattan townhouse in 2015, the WSJ noted.
“None of their names appear in Epstein’s now-public ‘black book’ of contacts or in the public flight logs of passengers who traveled on his private jet. The documents show that Epstein arranged multiple meetings with each of them after he had served jail time in 2008 for a sex crime involving a teenage girl and was registered as a sex offender. The documents, which include thousands of pages of emails and schedules from 2013 to 2017, haven’t been previously reported,” the outlet said.
But it’s the connection to the current CIA director that turned heads the most.
The CIA says Director William Burns “did not know anything about” Jeffrey Epstein during his meetings with him. Maybe it’s just me, but if you can’t figure out who Epstein is after THREE meetings — including at his penthouse — you shouldn’t be Director of the CIA. pic.twitter.com/ve8VD2OuEz
CIA spokeswoman Tammy Kupperman Thorp said that Burns met with Epstein about a decade ago when he was leaving government service. “The director did not know anything about him, other than that he was introduced as an expert in the financial services sector and offered general advice on transition to the private sector,” she said, adding: “They had no relationship.”
The WSJ also reminded readers of Epstein’s past:
In 2006, Epstein was publicly accused of sexually abusing girls in Florida who were as young as 14 years old. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and police investigated, and Epstein reached a deal with prosecutors in 2008. He avoided federal charges and pleaded guilty to soliciting and procuring a minor for prostitution. He registered as a sex offender and served about 13 months in a work-release program.
In 2015, Virginia Giuffre publicly accused Epstein of sexually abusing and trafficking her when she was a teen and forcing her to have sex with influential people, including Prince Andrew. Prince Andrew has denied the allegations and last year settled a sex-abuse lawsuit by Ms. Giuffre.
The WSJ noted that despite the negative press surrounding Epstein, the documents reveal that his schedule was filled with meetings with prominent individuals from morning to night. The meetings took place at various locations, including dinners at New York restaurants, gatherings in the offices of prominent law firms, and meetings at luxury hotels. Additionally, many of the appointments were held at Epstein’s townhouse in Manhattan.
A 7th grader in Warren, Michigan is being hailed as a hero after his quick thinking averted a disaster aboard a school bus.
Lois E. Carter Middle Schooler Dillon Reeves hurried to grab the steering wheel and slam on the brakes as the bus was veering towards oncoming traffic, moments after the bus driver began feeling light-headed and lost consciousness.
Bus-mounted camera footage revealed the driver losing control, and Reeves jumping into action from a full five rows back, before shouting to his classmates to call 911 immediately.
The court became a Republican majority this year following the election of two Republican-leaning justices, and the Supreme Court wasted no time revisiting the opinion of the previous liberal-majority court regarding voter IDs. This led to the state supreme court throwing out the previous claim that a law requiring voters to present photo identification as being racially biased. (Related: Americans want stricter voter identification laws, a new poll shows.)
North Carolina voters in November 2018 approved a constitutional amendment requiring all voters to present photographic identification before being allowed to cast their ballots. The North Carolina state legislature, the General Assembly, then passed a bill – Senate Bill 824 – that would have implemented the amendment into law. Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed the bill, but the GOP was able to override the veto, only requiring a simple majority to do so.
The court held re-hearings on the voter ID law in March, and in a five-to-two vote allowed the state legislature to enforce the voter ID law.
The North Carolina Supreme Court also threw out previous rulings that declared it illegal for the state to redistrict maps for excessive partisanship, and it upheld a law requiring felons to complete their full sentences before regaining ballot access.
Voter ID victory upholds will of the people
Democrats and liberal activists in North Carolina continue to claim that voter ID laws are prejudiced or have a racial bias against the state’s Black and other non-White populations.
“Future generations will remember today as the day that democracy was gutted in North Carolina and voter suppression re-emerged in the supreme court,” claimed Dennis Gaddy, director of the Community Success Initiative, a non-profit that is supposedly dedicated to voters’ rights. “It shows their commitment to knowingly and willingly upholding racist laws and practices designed specifically to disenfranchise Black voters. We are disappointed but not deterred.”
But the North Carolina Republican Party argued that the state supreme court’s ruling represents a victory over Democratic attempts to obstruct the will of the people.
“A strong majority of North Carolina voters … voted to adopt voter ID requirements,” wrote the party in a statement. “For the last decade, Democrats have obstructed the will of the people, but now North Carolina will be among the three dozen states requiring some form of ID to vote.”
Michael Whatley, chairman of the North Carolina GOP, noted how the supreme court “reinstated the proper balance in the courts and the legislature.”
“I think this is great for our elections and it’s going to be great for our state,” said Whatley. “I don’t think that this is a threat to democracy in any way. I think that we want to make sure that it is easy to vote and hard to cheat in North Carolina.”
A federal lawsuit challenging the voter ID law is still pending, but without an injunction, the North Carolina State Board of Elections announced that its staff would start working toward “a smooth rollout” of the photographic identification requirement for municipal elections scheduled for this November.
Learn more about vulnerabilities in elections, like the lack of voter ID laws, at VoteFraud.news.